Locations

We are continually developing new partnerships in new communities. We do offer replication support, coaching, and staffing to communities where young children could benefit from a networked system of supports, opportunities, expertise, and resources.

Early Learning Alliance Network: United States

The Early Learning Alliance Network is a recognized team that serves for-profit, not for profit, corporate, health care, government, and other agencies. Our organization is based in the United States and serves the following locations.

Early Learning Alliance Network: Florida

Florida has over one million children age four and under. The Early Learning Alliance Network actively exists in one of the states top ten largest counties by population. Our team is actively:

  • Creating a professional network of early learning professionals.
  • Identifying local and state systems that support young children.
  • Locating partners that will be important to connecting and engaging the greater early learning community.
  • Exploring opportunities to celebrate young children and their families, educators, and other stakeholders.

Early Learning Alliance Network: Georgia

Georgia has over 600,000 children age four and under. The Early Learning Alliance Network actively exists in the largest counties by population. Our team is actively:

  • Creating a professional network of early learning professionals.
  • Identifying local and state systems that support young children.
  • Locating partners that will be important to connecting and engaging the greater early learning community.
  • Exploring opportunities to celebrate young children and their families, educators, and other stakeholders.

Early Learning Alliance Network: Indiana

Indiana has over 450,000 children age four and under. The Early Learning Alliance Network actively exists in two of the states top four largest counties by population. Early learning professionals, leaders, policy makers, and other stakeholders engage our team to:

  • Provide empowerment training for stakeholders.
  • Provide community training
  • Collect and utilize existing data sets to inform practice
  • Conduct systems mapping exercises that empower families
  • Ignite conversations that can connect systems
  • Advocate for young children

Early Learning Alliance Network: Iowa

Iowa has nearly 200,000 children age four and under. The Early Learning Alliance Network actively exists in two of the largest counties by population. Our team is actively:

  • Creating a professional network of early learning professionals.
  • Identifying local and state systems that support young children.
  • Locating partners that will be important to connecting and engaging the greater early learning community.
  • Exploring opportunities to celebrate young children and their families, educators, and other stakeholders.

Early Learning Alliance Network: New York

New York has over 1.14 million children age four and under. The Early Learning Alliance Network actively exists in two of the largest counties by population. Our team is actively:

  • Creating a professional network of early learning professionals.
  • Identifying local and state systems that support young children.
  • Locating partners that will be important to connecting and engaging the greater early learning community.
  • Exploring opportunities to celebrate young children and their families, educators, and other stakeholders.

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