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East Durham Children's Initiative Impact Summary

The East Durham Children’s Initiative (EDCI) is a place-based nonprofit that walks alongside children and families on their journey from cradle to college or career. Learn about the successes and challenges of their programs in the 2016 report.

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Duke Center for Child and Family Policy
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Eight Things to Remember About Child Development

This list by the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University summarizes research on key aspects of early childhood development, including the brain science and the effects of adverse early childhood experiences.

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Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University
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Ensuring Healthy Births Through Prenatal Support: Innovations From Three Models

This issue brief highlights three different programs that provide prenatal care and/or support, exploring what happens when this care is reimagined as a broader, holistic system of supports throughout pregnancy in order to improve birth outcomes and ensure optimal health for parents and infants. The approaches of each of these programs have been shown to improve infant health outcomes, particularly among communities at higher risk for poor maternal and infant health outcomes. 

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Equity in Early Childhood Systems

This brief emphasizes ten domains where leaders can have an impact on making sure all families with young children have access to high-quality programs and services. 

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Center for the Study of Social Policy
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Federal Spending on Prenatal to Three: Developing a Public Response to Improving Developmental Trajectories and Preventing Inequities

This report on prenatal-to-three public investments examines federal funding sources that support pregnant women, infants, and toddlers. These funding sources lay the foundation for most state investments and undergird the implementation of programs and services to support young children within their families and communities.

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Center for the Study of Social Policy
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