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The Alliance for Early Success is a 50-state resource for early-childhood advocates as they pursue the big, sustained impact that will ensure every child in every state, birth through age eight, has an equal chance to grow, learn, and succeed.

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C. Lynn McNair Joins Alliance for Early Success Board

The Board for Directors of Alliance for Early Success (The Alliance) announced today it is adding C. Lynn McNair as a Director. McNair, who currently serves as Chief Advancement Officer at the Georgetown Day School in Washington, DC, has deep experience in fiscal capacity development and policy advocacy.

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Rescue. Rebuild. Reimagine.

A Statement on the Passage of the Historic American Rescue Plan

In this statement on the passage of the historic American Rescue Plan, the Alliance for Early Success recognizes the boldness of the investment and encourages policymakers to be bolder still in their investment in young children and their families.

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What If We Made Well-Being Our Bottom Line?

An Open Letter to Policymakers on the Start of Your 2020 Session

In this open letter to policymakers, Alliance Executive Director Helene Stebbins calls on policymakers align our nation’s values with our most important metrics and enact policies that go beyond economic health and embrace human health and well-being as an essential element of a prosperous nation.

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family and early childhood policy

How Are Our Children? Updates and Policy Implications from the RAPID-EC Surveys

Join us for a National Issues>State Action webinar to discuss the findings of the Rapid Assessment of Pandemic Impact on Development-Early Childhood (RAPID-EC) project to date with University of Oregon Psychologist Dr. Phil Fisher, the project’s director, and Dr. Joan Lombardi, who chairs the National Advisory Group for the project and is former deputy secretary for Early Childhood Development at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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