The Expanding Quality in Infant Toddler Care (EQIT) 48-hour course of training is designed for individuals who currently work with or plan to work with infants and toddlers and are interested in improving their knowledge and skills. It is particularly appropriate for child care providers who are looking for an in-depth, hands-on course focused on … Read more >
The Early Childhood Education Research Alliance at REL Central managed by Marzano Research has the long term goals of improving school readiness and increasing access to quality early childhood education programs. The alliance shares resources and supports capacity building of members around early childhood issues.
The “Journey to Kindergarten” and “The Journey Begins” are resource brochures for parents, caregivers, and early learning providers to ensure that their child(ren) arrives at Kindergarten prepared and ready to succeed. These resource brochures provide interactive activities to help children “Arrive with Five”: Literacy and Language; Math and Science; Social Skills and Relationships; Approaches to … Read more >
Colorado communities are engaging in an eight-month local participatory planning process using the Colorado Child Maltreatment Prevention Framework for Action (Framework). The Framework is designed as a tool to guide strategic thinking, align strategies, and maximize shared outcomes to prevent child maltreatment and promote child well-being at the state and local level. The Framework will … Read more >
The Transforming the Early Childhood Workforce in Colorado Initiative is an innovative public-private partnership including Buell Foundation, Gary Community Investments, Colorado Department of Education, and the Colorado Department of Human Services. We envision a state where all children thrive because there is a stable, well-qualified, diverse, and appropriately compensated early childhood workforce. Our goal is … Read more >
LAUNCH Together is an initiative designed to improve social, emotional, behavioral, physical and cognitive outcomes for young children (prenatal through age eight) and their families in Colorado. Created through a unique collaboration of eight Colorado-based foundations, communities across the state are supported in enhancing existing prevention and health promotion practices and building coordinated community systems. … Read more >
Through collaboration with key early childhood partners, ECPAC developed a comprehensive identification and referral process using best practices to break down barriers for families accessing indicated cross-domain services and supports. ECPAC provides training and implementation support to community multi-disciplinary service providers on use of the materials and process and monitors follow through rates. The process … Read more >
Through collaboration with key early childhood partners, ECPAC is supporting social emotional development of children ages 0-8 through public awareness/parent education campaign, parenting classes, and training for early childhood cross-domain service providers.
Grand Beginnings was appointed by the county commissioners of Grand and Jackson Counties to convene and coordinate the Grand and Jackson Early Childhood Council in February 2017. The Grand and Jackson Early Childhood Council works to convene community stakeholder to take a cross-sector approach to ensuring a high quality early childhood system that promotes quality, … Read more >
Learn more: www.earlychildhoodcoloradopartnership.org We all play a role in building strong systems for Colorado’s children and families. Developing and sustaining a comprehensive early childhood system with children and families at the center is not an easy task, and no one individual, organization or agency can do it alone. But together, our collective efforts can ensure … Read more >