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2019 North Carolina Child Health Report Card

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  • Health
  • Think Babies

Susan Mims: Why close the gap? Kids’ health depends on it (News & Observer)

  • Health
  • Think Babies

A Two Generation Approach to Early Childhood: The Role of Wages and Compensation in Achieving Quality & Access Goals.

  • Early Education
  • Think Babies
  • Workforce

As long session begins, what to expect in early education (EdNC)

  • Early Education
  • Family Support
  • Health
  • Legislative
  • Think Babies

Child Care in State Economies

  • Early Education
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Medicaid Works: A State by State Look

  • Health
  • Think Babies

Profiling North Carolina’s Uninsured: How Expanding Medicaid Can Make a Difference

  • Health
  • Think Babies

Profiling North Carolina’s Uninsured: How Expanding Medicaid Can Make a Difference

  • Health
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Lisa Finaldi: To help early education, support parents at work (News & Observer)

  • Early Education
  • Family Support
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A startling statistic about black babies and white babies (Charlotte Observer)

  • Health
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States Use New Child Care and Development Block Grant Funds to Help Children and Families

  • Early Education
  • Think Babies
This report from the National Women's Law Center details how states have used CCDBG funds to support children and families.

Impacts on Family Outcomes of Evidence-Based Early Childhood Home Visiting: Results from the Mother and Infant Home Visiting Program Evaluation

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  • Think Babies

Ginger Young: NC’s ‘Read to Achieve’ program failed. Let’s turn the page. (News & Observer)

  • Early Education
  • Think Babies

Closing the Coverage Gap Fact Sheet

  • Health
  • Think Babies
This fact sheet details how closing the health insurance coverage gap would help ensure all infants and toddlers have a healthy start in life with on-track development. Part of the Think Babies™ NC policy agenda.

Webinar: Think Babies™ NC Policy Priorities Recording (1.11.19)

  • Advocacy
  • Early Education
  • Family Support
  • Health
  • Think Babies
This webinar, co-hosted with the NC Early Childhood Foundation, reviewed the issues on the 2019 Think Babies™ NC Policy Agenda and available advocacy tools.

Webinar: Think Babies™ NC Policy Priorities Presentation (1.11.19)

  • Advocacy
  • Early Education
  • Family Support
  • Health
  • Think Babies
This webinar, co-hosted with the NC Early Childhood Foundation, reviewed the issues on the 2019 Think Babies™ NC Policy Agenda and available advocacy tools.

Think Babies™ NC Newsletter: January 2019

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Read the January 2019 edition of the Think Babies™ NC Newsletter.

Issue Brief: Opportunity for All? North Carolina’s Babies and Toddlers of Color

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This brief from the NC Early Childhood Foundation disaggregates data on key NC Pathways to Grade-Level Reading shared measures of success to shine a light on the current disparities in outcomes—and opportunity—among groups of young children and their families.

Heckman Equation: Perry Preschool Intergenerational Effects Toolkit

  • Advocacy
  • Early Education
  • Think Babies

The Importance of Investing in the Child Care and Development Block Grant

  • Early Education
  • Think Babies
  • Workforce

Paid Leave Means A Stronger North Carolina

  • Family Support
  • Think Babies

Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs State Profile

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  • Think Babies
This state profile provides a snapshot of how the Title V Maternal and Child Health Block Grant works in North Carolina.

Building a Qualified and Supported Early Care and Education Workforce

  • Early Education
  • Think Babies
  • Workforce

The Child Development Case for a National Paid Family and Medical Leave Program

  • Family Support
  • Think Babies

Creating an Integrated Efficient Early Care and Education System to Support Children and Families: A State-by-State Analysis

  • Early Education
  • NC Pre-K
  • Think Babies
  • Workforce