Welcome to the Partner Plan Act website – a central place for early childhood education professionals to learn more about how to expand, deepen, or build new local early childhood collaborations in your community.
On August 29, 2017, Partner Plan Act hosted a webinar called Data-Driven Community Planning to share information and tools for collaborations to use data in their community planning.
You often hear school staff wondering out loud about how to get more men engaged in the planned activities for families.
For the first time, the 2019 Partner Plan Act Conference will have a formal Request for Proposal (RFP) process for selecting presenters and content. Presenting at the Partner Plan Act Conference provides an opportunity to build your professional network and learn, reflect, and engage with colleagues. We hope you will consider presenting!
Communities can have a greater impact by working together and incorporating diverse perspectives to create thriving partnerships.
When communities plan together, they are better able to address complex community problems through systems-level change.
Communities engage in a continuous learning process to improve outcomes for children and families while advocating for state-wide systems change.
Build the capacity of your local early childhood collaboration to strengthen community systems.
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2019 Partner Plan Act Conference
KIDS Data: A Guide for Early Childhood Collaborations
Engaging School District Toolkit
ABLe Change Framework
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Since our founding in 1969, Illinois Action for Children has worked to create systems of early care and education that help strengthen families and communities.
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