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The National Center for Preschool Development Grants Birth Through Five (PDG B–5) sponsored a three-part technical assistance series on equity in early childhood care and education across various state systems including funding, monitoring and accountability, workforce development, inclusion,...

This podcast is geared towards early childhood professionals and strategic partners, hoping to use research to inform policy and better serve children, families, and their communities.

This brief presents a case study involving cross-sector partners in Washington State, who have engaged in innovative ways to build the infrastructure and field capacity to finance infant and early childhood mental health screening, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment.

This brief presents evidence from states – Alabama and Georgia – that have made strategic investments in approaches to support infant and early childhood mental health (IECMH).

This report examines the crucial role played by Head Start-State Collaboration Offices (HSCO) and Head Start in statewide systems-building efforts through the lens of PDG B-5 grantees’ work.

This report shares effective strategies, state examples, and other resources to assist state and local leaders in more efficiently using available funding sources to provide quality services to young children and families.

This information session and interactive Q&A, hosted on August 10, 2022 by Richard Gonzales, Project Manager, PDG B-5, and federal staff, centered on PDG B-5 funding and related topics.

This webinar highlights strategies employed by states to expand equitable access to high-quality early care and education programs.

This webinar provides information about states with successful, enduring processes in place that result in an ongoing strategic plan for their early childhood system.

This state highlight examines how Georgia and Kansas–states with different forms of governance for comprehensive early childhood care and education (ECCE)–incorporated intragovernmental partnerships into their state processes.