January 17, 2019

The Bipartisan Policy Center’s (BPC) new report on Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships (EHS-CCP) and Educare Learning Network’s 2018 report, Lessons from the Evaluation of Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships Across the Educare Network highlights Early Learning Ventures (ELV) as an original 2015 Colorado EHS-CCP grantee. The report is now publicly available, and can be found at the bottom of this message.

The EHS-CCP program, launched in 2014, is helping support child care programs to meet the Early Head Start performance standards but is designed to meet local needs and circumstances. As an EHS-CCP grantee, ELV partners with 29 local center-based and family child care programs and leverages community resources to expand access to high quality early care and learning for 240 low-income infants, toddlers, and their families across four counties in Colorado: Arapahoe, Garfield, Mesa, and Pueblo, resulting in a no cost ripple effect for the 1700 children served in these 29 local child care programs.

 

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