The report that follows, in its entirety, represents a summary of key learnings gleaned through the many and varied avenues explored in conducting the 2019 Rhode Island early learning facilities assessment. The assessment was orchestrated to build upon an extensive early learning facilities study completed by LISC in 2014, as well as a comprehensive Department of Education school buildings report, State of Rhode Island Schoolhouses, released in 2017. The primary objective of the 2019 assessment was to capitalize on prior learnings and identify unique solutions and strategies to increase access to quality early learning opportunities that help all children achieve their full potential. The report builds to a set of future-focused recommendations–laid out in Section 6 of the report–that if taken in their entirety can begin to shift the quality and access trajectory within Rhode Island’s early learning system. What follows here, in the Executive Summary, is a calling out of a few high-level learnings. These overarching themes and the data points form the foundation for the conclusions and corresponding recommendations. (author abstract)
Rhode Island: Early learning facilities needs assessment [Executive summary]
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