Common Metrics to Drive Change Through Early Childhood Systems
In partnership with the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP), this initiative is the first step in establishing a fully grounded set of metrics for use in early childhood systems.
December 2017 – November 2018
- Who: Early childhood health stakeholders
- Funder: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
- Our Role: Together, NICHQ and CSSP will conduct a scan of currently available/used measures and metrics, generate exemplary case studies, and develop a set of actionable recommendations and strategies for early childhood measurement.
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Strengthening Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems Through Policy and Cross-State Learning Efforts
This initiative supplements the ongoing work of the Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems Collaborative Improvement and Innovation Network by enhancing early childhood policy advocacy and implementation.
Pediatrics Supporting Parents
This initiative seeks to develop strategies that pediatric practices across the country can use to improve children’s socioemotional development and the caregiver child bond.