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Legislature Adjourns Sine Die; Senators' Bipartisan Support for Early Childhood Remains Strong

Our Legislative Highlights report summarizes bills affecting the early learning and development of our state's youngest learners.  Read More

April 20, 2016  |  Posted in General

It’s the Week of the Young Child

The Week of the Young Child is a time to focus on what we can do to create environments that meet the needs of young children at risk to promote their early learning and lay a foundation for lifelong success.  Read More

April 14, 2016  |  Posted in General

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