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Week of November 9th Round-Up

President-Elect Joe Biden's Plans for Children

Throughout the election, President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris addressed the need to lay a strong foundation for children to learn and grow by investing when it matters the most -- ages 0-5. The Biden Plan includes many early childhood policies such as transforming the child care system and its workforce, providing pregnant mothers and children with high-quality health care, tackling poverty, centering equity, and more. We hope that the new Administration will continue to make young children a priority as out future greatly depends on their success. We are looking forward to working with them in the months and years to come.


CLOSING SOON: Early Childhood Leadership Fellowship Applications

Applications for the 2021 Early Childhood Fellowship close in one week on Friday, November 20th at 5 PM -- apply today!

Are you looking to advance your leadership skills and advocacy experience? Look no further! We are now accepting applications for our second annual Early Childhood Leadership Fellowship cohort will provide you with many learning opportunities and experiences needed to enhance your leadership and advocacy skills. During this Fellowship, you will hear from expert speakers, participate in online learning experiences, meet with policymakers, network, receive technical assistance, and participate in small group projects. Upon completion of the program, Fellows will have a better understanding of how to be a successful advocate for themselves, the children and families they serve, and their communities.

Learn more about the program and apply at

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Looking Ahead to 2021

Yesterday, our Advisory Committee met virtually to discuss our 2021 strategy and priorities for young children and their families. During the meeting, we were also provided with an outlook on the upcoming state budget and the fight that remains ahead. The Advisory Committee is diverse with over 40 members representing many different sectors and regions of the state.


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