Visual Representation of Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems

 

Comprehensive Early Childhood Systems are an important tool to meet the needs of young children and their families while incorporating research and current trends. By bringing together early childhood stakeholder across sectors, children can be served more effectively and efficiently.

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The concept of a comprehensive early childhood system might be difficult to explain. In order to reinforce the concept and demonstrate your understanding, this assignment will allow you to give them a more comprehensive look by creating a visual representation to illustrate the idea.

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  1. Review the materials and links with information about Comprehensive Early Childhood Systems.
  2. Demonstrate your understanding by creating an original 1-page visual representation (diagram, logic model, infographic, etc.) of Comprehensive Early Childhood Systems.
  3. At a minimum, this infographic should include:

    Cross-sector stakeholders involved
    Supports as a result of this system
    Expected outcomes
    Other components you feel are important

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Early Childhood Systems Working Group (ECSWG)

 

  

Early Childhood Systems is the Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems Grant Program

 

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RUNNINGHEAD: COMPREHENSIVE SYSTEMS 1

COMPREHENSIVE SYSTEMS 3

Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems

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This paper is being submitted on August 29th, 2018, for Jamie Wendt’s EEC4485-01 Early Childhood Education Advocacy, Research, and Policy course.

Early Childhood Comprehensive Systems

SPECIAL NEEDS//EARLY INTERVENTION

EARLY LEARNING and DEVELOPMENT

FAMILY LEADERSHIP and SUPPORT:

All families should have economic and parenting supports to ensure all children have nurturing and stable relationships with caring adults.

SIX KEY STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE THE FUNCTIONING OF A COMPREHENSIVE CHILDHOOD SYSTEM:

· Define and Coordinate Leadership

· Finance Strategically

· Enhance and Align Standards

· Create and Support Improvement Strategies

· Ensure Accountability

· Recruit and Engage Stakeholders

HEALTH, MENTAL HEALTH, and NUTRITION:

All children need comprehensive health services that address vision, hearing, nutrition, behavioral, and oral health as well as medical health needs.

All children should have access to early care and education opportunities in nurturing environments where they can learn what they need to succeed in school and life.

OUTCOME: THRIVING CHILDREN and FAMILIES

(Bruner, 2017). *ALL OTHER INFORMATION*

All children with special needs should be identified as early as possible, assessed and receive appropriate services.

CROSS-SECTOR STAKE HOLDERS INVOLVED:

Leaders from the governor’s or mayor’s office, a Cabinet or State Early Learning Advisory Council, relevant state, county and local agencies, non-governmental agencies, and others in the early childhood policy and professional community.

^ (Comprehensive Early, 2013). ^

References

Bruner, C. (2017). A Framework for State Leadership and Action in Building the Components of an Early Childhood System. Retrieved August 29, 2017, from http://www.buildinitiative.org/Portals/0/Uploads/Documents/Four_Ovals_paper

Comprehensive early childhood system-building: A tool to inform discussions on collaborative, cross-sector planning. (2013, December). Retrieved August 29, 2017, from http://www.buildinitiative.org/Portals/0/Uploads/Documents/ECSWG%20Systems%20Planning%20Tool_2014

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