Making the Case

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Fact Sheet 2015

5 Things to Know about Mental Wellness in Early Childhood

Since infants and toddlers form around 700 neural connections per second, stressful–or “adverse”–experiences during these years have the potential to influence brain development, especially if the experiences are ongoing or cumulative. 

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Video 2015

Bring Pre-K Our Way

Watch this two-minute video bringing together New Jersey's political leaders, business leaders, educators and community leaders and empowering them to bring Pre-K Our Way.

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Toolkit 2015

How-to Guide on Social Media

For those who may be just beginning to dip your toes into social media platforms, we have a simple “how-to” guide that you can use to get started. 

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Fact Sheet 2015

Tweets/Facebook posts for you to use with #Bthru8 tags.

Not sure what to tweet? Download our draft tweets and Facebook posts, and use them to help disseminate research making the case for better early childhood policies and practices. 

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Infographic, Toolkit 2015

Birth through Eight Policy Framework Social Media Toolkit

Sample tweets and posts for social media on the Birth through Eight Policy Framework.  Use this document to share content about the Policy Framework.

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Fact Sheet 2015

Framing Early Childhood and Anti-Poverty Issues

Framing is a process of making choices about what to emphasize – and what to leave unsaid. Here’s a quick tour of themes to avoid, compared with alternatives to advance. 

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Fact Sheet 2015

You Say…They Think (Early Childhood & Anti Poverty)

Without clear cues from communicators for how to think about problems, members of the public will ll in individual-level causes and solutions, and are likely to miss the common good perspective on the issue. 

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Fact Sheet, Infographic 2015

What is in the Swamp of Early Childhood and Poverty

Without clear cues from communicators for how to think about problems, members of the public will ll in individual-level causes and solutions, and are likely to miss the common good perspective on the issue. 

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2015

Talking Points for Connecting Early Childhood Development & Economic Security Issues

These talking points can be used fexibly – as a source of themes for longer written pieces, as responses in media interviews or public appearances, or as set-ups to “pre-frame” a conversation on specic policy or program proposals. 

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Webinar 2015

Understanding Public Perception

One of three webinars on Navigating Dominant Thinking on Race, Equity, and Inclusion.  These webinars provide an introduction to the methodology and major findings from FrameWorks’ research.

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