If you are visiting this page, you are someone who cares about young children. Perhaps you're a grandparent, or a friend of a young family, or a foundation executive, a rabbi or priest or minister, a policy maker, a school board member, or a legislator, or .. the list goes on and on of people who care about the well-being of young children and their families. The fact is that meeting Colorado's goal of ensuring that all of our children are healthy, valued, and thriving will require the commitment of many caring individuals and communities. Please explore this site to learn more about how you can help Colorado become the very best place to raise young children.
- Minding Your Baby's Mind: Dr. John Medina Shares His Rules for Raising a Smart and Happy Child
- K-ching! Kindergarten Determines Future Income
- AAP Healthy Child Care America
- Early Childhood Development Toolkit for Employers
- Early Childhood Leadership Commission
- Healthy Beginnings
- Early Childhood Councils Advisory Team (ECCAT)
- National Scientific Council on the Developing Child
- National Task Force on Early Childhood Education for Hispanics
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Early childhood stakeholders include parents and teachers, but they also include health care providers, researchers, public and non-profit employees - anyone with a stake in the well-being of young children and their families.
- HB13-1117 Fact Sheet
- Three things you might not know about poverty, but probably should
- Parental Engagement in Children’s Developing Literacy
- Parent Engagement Among Immigrant Families
- Colorado Early Learning Partnership Report
- Recovery and Resolution in Infant Mental Health
- P-3 Commission Report Colorado’s Early Learning Professional Development System Plan: Birth to Third Grade
- Colorado's Early Learning Professional Development System Plan
- Early Childhood Data Collaborative: Inaugural State Analysis
- Colorado Early Childhood Councils Annual Report 2011