Three Reasons to be Optimistic about Early Care and Education

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Three Reasons to be Optimistic about Early Care and Education

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Wednesday, September 28, 2016 - 8:45am

CAMPAIGN: Collective Impact

CONTENT: Blog

“Where do we even start?”

“How can we expand access when we don’t have good quality?”

“How do we build a skilled workforce when we can’t pay them what they deserve?”

“How do we reach the informal providers who are caring for half of our community’s children?”

These are just some of the gnarly questions that I heard over the course of the summer after talking with funders across the country about our resource, “Improving the Odds: Seven Principles for Investing in Early Care and Education.” Indeed, the world of early care and education (ECE) faces substantial and complex challenges. At the same time, these conversations also yielded several positive developments that are paving the way for hope.

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CATEGORY: Education