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    May 4, 2022
    The Partnership Bulletin, May 2022

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    February 16, 2022
    The Partnership Bulletin, February 2022

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    February 16, 2022
    Voter Opinions and Parent Conversations: Child Care and Early Learning Programs

    Public opinion research conducted by SocialQuest, found that nine out of ten voters support increased funding for child care and preschool and for paying workers a living wage. Read the full report >

    November 2, 2021
    The Partnership Bulletin, November 2021

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    May 31, 2021
    The Partnership Bulletin, May 2021

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    February 11, 2021
    The Partnership Bulletin, February 2021

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    February 3, 2021
    Report: How Investing In Early Childhood Education Helps The Economy

    Ed Coghlan, California Forward (CA FWD) Read more >

    January 15, 2021
    Making It Count: Building Capacities and Connection to Count Kids in Los Angeles

    To bolster census education and outreach efforts to families with young children in LA County, a group of eight funders joined forces to create the Early Childhood Census 2020 Fund (ECCF) in the summer of 2019. The report provides key highlights from an evaluation of ECCF conducted by Engage R+D. Learnings are based on interviews with the grantees and managing funders as well the review of grant reports and observations of funder meetings. For the full report, click here. For an Executive Summary, click here.

    October 21, 2020
    The Partnership Bulletin, October 2020

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    October 6, 2020
    LA County Early Childhood Care & Education Survey

    To help understand how Los Angeles County residents are reacting to the volatile events of 2020, the LA Partnership for Early Childhood Investment and UNITE-LA commissioned an August poll of more than 800 likely voters. The findings demonstrate that both child care and early education are very important issues to voters, especially as they think about how Los Angeles County will rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic and recover from the deep economic depression it caused. Voters further see access to child care as one of the key ways society can address long-standing problems with racial injustice. For voters in LA County, early childhood programs and child care are necessities and they support elected officials who prioritize these investments and policies. Read more >