Baby & toddler takeoff: Tracking NY's surge in early childhood programs and policies

Resource Type: Other
Author(s): Hurley, Kendra; Kramer, Abigail; Cory, Bruce;
Date Issued: July, 2015
Publisher(s): Center for New York City Affairs
Description: The focus of this overview is on key initiatives geared towards supporting young children's social-emotional development in New York City. The authors limit their examination to initiatives that largely have started or expanded in the past two years and that either the city or state partners with or helps fund. Specific programs and initiatives include: a program that promotes early literacy to support school readiness; the expansion of the quality rating and improvement program for early childhood education providers; therapies, including dyadic and trauma-informed, for foster care prevention; trauma training for day care teachers; and others.
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Funder(s): Child Welfare Fund ; Ira W. DeCamp Foundation
Source: New York, NY: Center for New York City Affairs. Retrieved from
Note: This resource was written with Evan Pellegrino and Gail Robinson.
Topics: Children & Child Development > Child Development & School Readiness > Behavior/Social & Emotional Development/Socialization

Child Care & Early Education Provider Workforce

Programs, Interventions & Curricula
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