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Press Inquiries

We’re here to provide background, on-the-record interviews, or introductions to people working on early childhood issues in a particular state.

Overview 

The Alliance for Early Success is a national nonprofit that works with early childhood policy advocates at the state level to ensure that every child, birth through eight, has an equal opportunity to learn, grow, and succeed.

In its 15-year history, the Alliance has become the trusted, 50-state resource for state early childhood policy advocates.

 

Interviews

The Alliance for Early Success can provide reporters a variety of resources on a spectrum of early childhood policy issues. 

Contact us for state policy expertise and connections to state advocates in policy areas including:

American Rescue Plan

Child Care Policy

Child Care Workforce

Child Welfare

COVID-19 and Early Childhood

Early Education and Pre-K

Funding Streams (State and Federal)

Home Visiting

Paid Family Leave

Racial Equity in Early Childhood Policy

Latest Alliance News 

The Alliance for Early Success Names Jacy Montoya Price Director of Advocacy and Issue Campaigns

The Alliance for Early Success (the Alliance) announced today that Jacinta “Jacy” Montoya Price will join the organization as its new Director of Advocacy and Issue Campaigns. The Alliance is a national nonprofit that advances strong early childhood policy advocacy in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, and essential to that work is supporting the development of effective coalitions and campaigns at the state level. Montoya Price’s deep campaign experience will significantly expand the Alliance’s ability to offer this expertise. Jacinta “Jacy” Montoya Price, Director of Advocacy and Issue Campaigns, Alliance for Early Success Prior to joining the

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Alliance, University of Washington, and Start Early Launch Partnership for Pre-K Improvement Toolkit

The Alliance for Early Success, the University of Washington, and Start Early have launched a new resource: the Partnership for Pre-K Improvement (PPI) Toolkit, which is dedicated to improving equitable access to high-quality pre-K. The PPI Toolkit was developed over the course of a five-year collaborative learning strategy between states, research organizations, and advocacy groups.

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Contact:  

Stinson Liles
Director of Communications
Alliance for Early Success
sliles {at} earlysuccess {dot} org