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Partner Plan Act E-Newsletters

  • "Power at its best is love implementing the demands of justice, and justice at its best is power correcting everything that stands against love." --Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Systems Statewide Supports (CS3) We have extended the deadline to June 21, 2019 for submitting a Request for Supports through the Partner Plan Act Collaboration Institute (PPACI). If your community is interested in applying, contact Grace Araya to set read more

  • "Our challenge is to take data, stories, and relationships and marry those into policies and practices that recognize histories, strengths, racism, trauma, cultural understanding, and are accountable to BIPOCs (Black, Indigenous, People of Color)." - FAKEQUITY Community Systems Statewide Supports (CS3) The Community Systems Statewide Supports (CS3) team has launched the Request for Supports through the Partner Plan Act Collaboration Institute read more

  • "Transforming a system is really about transforming the relationships between people who make up the systemsimply bringing people into relationship can create huge impact." -The Water of Systems Change Community Systems Statewide Supports (CS3) The Community Systems Statewide Supports (CS3) team has launched the Request for Supports through the Partner Plan Act Collaboration Institute (PPACI)!   This opportunity is for early childhood read more

  • Community Systems Statewide Supports (CS3) The Partner Plan Act Collaboration Institute is gearing up to launch its application for the second cohort. The application will be open from April 1, 2019 through May 30, 2019 for supports starting July 1, 2019. If your local early childhood collaboration is interested in applying for coaching, consultation, and/or trainings, here are some ways you can prepare for the upcoming application: Discuss the read more

  • (CS3) Updates February: Community Systems Statewide Supports (CS3) The Partner Plan Act Collaboration Institute kicked off its inaugural cohort on January 17, 2019 at Malcolm X College in Chicago. The event marked the start of a year-long commitment to working with 10 collaborations from across the state on improving local early childhood systems. Please join us to welcome the inaugural cohort of communities accepted to the Partner Plan read more

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