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Related Resources on Child Care and Early Learning

This webpage offers a list of resources that can help make the case for investments in child care and early learning at the state level.

A 3-year-old walks to a park with her family in Rockville, Maryland.
A 3-year-old walks to a park with her family in Rockville, Maryland, on August 27, 2020. (Getty/The Washington Post/Jahi Chikwendiu)

This toolkit is an update to the Center for American Progress’ 2019 early childhood toolkit for state policymakers. It includes new data and policy options, drawn in part from previously published CAP resources. The toolkit includes three components: this one, which includes a list of related resources; a second focused on policy recommendations; and a third focused on messaging and communications.

This component includes the following resources:

  1. CAP work on child care and early learning
  2. CAP interactive and online resources
  3. Policy resources from other organizations
  4. Additional data resources from CAP and elsewhere

CAP work on child care and early learning

CAP interactive and online resources

Policy resources from outside organizations

Additional data resources

For more information on any of the topics outlined in this toolkit, please contact earlychildhood@americanprogress.org.

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