Empowered communities ignite positive connections, continuous learning, and shared opportunities. We do so through three priority areas (empowerment, good data, and transitions). Each of these priorities is positioned to provide research based strategies, data driven practices, and systems focused solutions.
The Early Learning Alliance Network has actively support transitions into K12 education through conducting focus groups with families around their transition needs, facilitating kindergarten conversations with local educators and educational leaders, conducting listening tours with kindergarten teachers to capture their observations, and developing family guides to assist with complex registration processes.
In addition, to our robust human networks that rely on communication, meaningful collaboration, and continuous connection we have a strong digital network in place that allows for state of the art interactions, progress, and strategic systems readiness. After initial implementation of the Early Learning Alliance Network engagement model, a digital infrastructure is in place to activate and engage those critical players that enact a community in-which all children thrive. A key component of that digital infrastructure is designing feedback loops to inform systems, stakeholders, educators, caretakers, and families.
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Our team provides transition support for our fully integrated communities. However, we also provide support on a contract basis to schools, districts, counties, and individual community organizations that are actively working to support transitions of young children into K12 education.