In 2019, our allies in Massachusetts helped win a seventh straight year of funding increases for early education and care in the state.

State Allies:

Strategies for Children • Boston, MA
Strategies for Children • Boston, MA
Top Priorities for 2020

Sustain and expand preschool expansion in local communities

K-12 funding reform: engage school districts seeking to invest in preschool

Support the new Commissioner of Early Education and Care during her transition

Secure local funding to support the Massachusetts Partnership for Infants and Toddlers

In Massachusetts, the $56.5 million in new funding is driving improvements across the entire early care and education sector.

  • $9 million increase for Quality Improvement Initiatives
  • $20 million rate increase for early educator salaries
  • $2 million increase for Head Start

The Alliance for Early Success is achieving large-scale, long-lasting change for the state’s young children by providing our allies with powerful advantages that help them shape Massachusetts early childhood state policy.

  • Strategic, Outcomes-Focused Investments
  • Consulting and Strategy
  • Direct Access to National Expertise
  • Rapid Response Support
  • Connections/Access to Allies in Similar States
  • Roles in National Communities of Practice

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