2) Investment


Research demonstrates that access to high-quality early childhood education makes a difference in the lives of children, but access to content and curricula varies widely from community to community and state to state.


When parents establish themselves as the first and longest serving teacher of their children, they begin to develop their own sense of self, curiosity, vocabulary and independence.

We believe meaningful developmental and educational progress for historically underserved students is only possible through:

Community stakeholders, policymakers, education leaders and families must join together to determine the right set of investments, and partnerships necessary to improve the quality of early learning and early childhood education across all settings, and work to support and develop educators prepared to help children thrive.