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Child Care Roadmap
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We all know that we cannot return to the broken child-care system we had before the pandemic. But what does a strong system actually look like? Find out in this powerful strategy document developed by a workgroup of state allies and national experts.

Progress Report
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In the Alliance 50-state progress report for 2020, you’ll see the immediate policy wins states were able to achieve—as well as the evolution and trajectory of each state’s early childhood policy climate.

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By connecting and equipping state advocates for children birth through eight, we are making progress toward the day when every child in every state has an equal chance to learn, grow, and succeed.

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See the state of birth through eight.

Across the country, state government is where crucial decisions are made about the health, education, and family support available to young children and their families. On the state pages in The State of Birth Through Eight, you can meet our allies in each state, explore their state early childhood policy impact in the past year, and – most important – learn what still needs to be done.

As we pursue opportunity for each and every child in each and every state, we know we must center racial equity.

Learn more about Allies for Antiracism, our commitment to centering racial equity in our strategic planning and in the community building that is central to our work.

The Alliance for Early Success Allies for Antiracism
A comprehensive early childhood strategy addresses health, family support, and learning.

The Alliance for Early Success equips our allies to make change to state early-childhood policy across all the areas that impact child well-being and success. We believe a complete early childhood strategy — grounded in racial, economic, social, and gender equity — is essential for all children, families, and communities to reach their full potential.

Georgia Allies Leverage Alabama Early Childhood Mental Health Progress for Big Wins in Their Own State

Georgia allies at GEEARS are celebrating the creation of a new task force for Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health. Allies leveraged a cross-state partnership with Alabama’s IECMH coordinator to support progress. GEEARS organized efforts for a legislative study committee that led to the creation of recommendations, which will be carried out by the task force.

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