Early Learning Indiana presented our five-year plan to transform Indiana’s early learning landscape June 30 at The Platform in downtown Indianapolis. The plan, which frames the work of the Partnerships for Early Learners campaign, incorporates the input of a wide range of local, state, and national stakeholders. In addition to insights into the forthcoming strategies from Ted Maple, Early Learning Indiana’s President and CEO, the event featured national early childhood leader Karen Ponder and Melanie Brizzi of the FSSA’s Office of Early Childhood and Out of School Learning.
The complete event was livestreamed and is available for viewing, courtesy of presenting partner WFYI and American Graduate, at the link below.
The event also highlighted the results of a comprehensive early learning needs assessment commissioned by Early Learning Indiana and the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration and created by the Indiana Youth Institute. The full 2015 Early Learning Needs Assessment is available for download.
Read more about the campaign’s strategies:
- Background on the initiative: A Renewed Vision for Early Learners
- Quality Improvement Strategies
- Capacity Building Strategies
- Family Engagement Strategies
- Workforce Development Strategies
- Innovation and Leadership Strategies