PDG Program Design

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This report highlights the plans proposed by the 28 PDG B-5 Renewal Grantees to develop an early childhood data system and the impact COVID-19 has had on these activities as the state teams worked to respond to the demands of policymakers and families during a pandemic.

This short video introduces the purpose, resources, and staff of the Preschool Development Grant Birth through Five (PDG B-5) TA Center staff to the Preschool Development Grant B-5 Grantees.

This Town Hall served as an opportunity to provide responses to many questions submitted to Federal Program Officers by Grantee individuals over a couple of months.

This webinar focuses on building state capacity to consider equity in data collection, specifically administrative data, to improve equitable access and outcomes through data collection and analysis.

One of the immediate challenges organizations face with the integration of data in the early learning space is how to share information across agencies. A key component for that occurs is the identification and assignment of unique individual identifiers and a common sharing process.

This brief focuses on current research trends and implications for racial and ethnic disparities related to early childhood.

This report analyzes the Preschool Development Grant Birth through Five (PDG B-5) renewal applications from 23 states that received federal funding to support state efforts to expand access to high-quality early learning experiences.

During the opening session for A Comprehensive Approach to Behavioral and Social-Emotional Health strand, presenters outlined important considerations for state program administrators designing an early childhood system that supports the social-...

During the opening session for Using A Cross-Agency Data System to Support Mixed-Delivery Systems strand, presenters reviewed some of the innovative solutions to 2020’s most pressing data issues and the organizational needs to support the ongoing data...

In the closing plenary session, federal representatives provided closing comments and shared resources and funding opportunities from their agencies that PDG B-5 Grantees and other states can take advantage of to strengthen early childhood systems.