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Every Child in Every State 

We are working with allies across the country to achieve equitable state early childhood policy that supports young children and their families.

A $40 Million Win for Early Education and Care in Alabama

Allies at the Alabama School Readiness Alliance (ASRA), VOICES for Alabama’s Children, and Alabama Partnership for Children championed legislation that led to a historic state investment to child care and pre-k – a new and improved QRIS system that includes generous incentive payments to providers and provides coaches to help programs improve their quality and adding 125 classrooms to the First Class Pre-k program.

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Advocates in Rhode Island Leverage Relationships with the American Academy of Pediatrics for Policy Wins for Children and Families

Strong partnerships are at the core of advocacy. Nowhere is that clearer than in Rhode Island, where early childhood policy advocates at Rhode Island Kids Count and the Rhode Island Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (RIAAP) are working together to help educate communities and policymakers on the importance of child health and early intervention.

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Allies for Antiracism

The Alliance is committed to centering racial equity in our strategic planning and in the community building that is central to our work.

Making Connections that Accelerate Advocacy

When you combine connections to peers, access to experts, funding, rapid response, and real-time conversation, you get a unique kind of support for state early childhood policy advocates that makes unexpected gains possible.

Resource Centers

The Alliance for Early Success has deep expertise and extensive connections in a long list of early childhood policy areas.

In our resource centers, we connect state advocates — and the broader field — with research, briefs, data sets, state policy examples, and more that represent the latest state early childhood policy knowledge and resources that they need to plan and inform.