NCSL has embarked on a new birth-to-three policy project for state legislators funded by the JB and MK Pritzker Family Foundation. The goal of the project is to educate and engage legislators about the latest neuroscience and child development research and to explore policy options, evidence-based interventions and funding strategies that impact families and very young children.
NCSL hosted a birth-to-3 national symposium for legislators May 22-24 in Denver. At the meeting attendees heard from national researchers and policy experts.
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Agenda | Participant List | Speaker Biographies
The Curtis Hotel | Room: Marco Polo Patio, Third Floor
Brain Science: Building a Foundation for Achievement
Child and Parent Well-being
Return on Investment in the Early Years
Quality Early Learning Experiences for Infants and Toddlers
[Early Head Start–Child Care Partnerships Handout]
Not Wasting Brain Building Moments: Financing and State Strategies to Consider
Colorado’s Experience: Infant and Toddler Quality and Availability Grant Program
[Colorado HB 13-1291]
Home Visiting: An Inside Look