Have you joined the early childhood movement?
We all want the best outcomes for Colorado children. 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 Colorado children and families thrive.
The Early Childhood Colorado Partnership provides the space and conditions for diverse partners across the comprehensive early childhood system – encompassing health, mental health, family support and early learning – to come together to identify common results, share best practices, and implement strategies to improve system effectiveness for child and family well-being.
The latest resources and updates form the Early Childhood Colorado Partnership:
Data and Evaluation: Sifting Through the Static and the Sound (ECCP Mini-Grant Highlight, Part 1 of 2)
by Tim Walter, Arapahoe County Early Childhood Council Big Data, Data Analytics, Data Driven Analysis – do these “buzz-words” sound familiar? We have entered the age of “Data” (…and whatever else you’d like to attach to the beginning or end…
Early Childhood Partners Develop Shared Data Agenda to Collectively Move Needle for Children and Families
Data-driven decision making is a key element to ensuring collaborative efforts can be accountable to reaching shared results. The Early Childhood Colorado Partnership has worked since 2009 to continually use population-level data to inform efforts and move the needle to…
Visit the Message Platform to learn more about the Early Childhood Colorado Partnership’s key messages and target audiences.
Find information on upcoming Early Childhood Colorado Partnership events and meetings, along with archived resources from previous meetings.
Receive ongoing updates on what’s happening in the early childhood landscape in Colorado through the Early Childhood Colorado Partnership’s Our Voice Newsletter.