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Supporting Young Children and Their Families through Difficult Times

Many early educators and program leaders are concerned about the impact of the recent election on children and families. Young children might have been witness to disturbing media, heated conversations between adults, and/or reports of community unrest. Some children might be confused, feel anxious, or have behavioral issues in the classroom. Some families might be feeling vulnerable or concerned about anticipated changes in national policies, national protests, and reports of community violence. This resource from the Pyramid Model Consortium provides suggestions for program leaders and practitioners to provide support to young children and their families. http://www.pyramidmodel.org/uploads/9/5/6/3/9563066/2016-11_difficult_time_support.pdf

Innovation in Infant and Toddler State Policies

In the world of public policy, innovative approaches and solutions can make the difference between achieving long-held goals and maintaining the status quo. Which states are pursuing innovative ideas in supporting their youngest citizens, and how do they make them work? Innovation in Infant and Toddler Policies is a great resource from ZERO TO THREE reviewing the key factors that make state initiatives come alive and make a difference in the lives of babies and their families.

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