Early Childhood Minnesota

Looks at indicators and strategies for Minnesota’s early childhood system. Presents data for 22 indicators of child and family health and well-being and system indicators of quality and access. Indicators represent four, overlapping themes: early learning, family support, health/mental health, and special needs/early intervention. The report also identifies a set of key strategies for improving outcomes for young children. A special analysis highlights disparities in income, race, and geography that adversely affect the health and well-being of Minnesota children under age 6 and their families.

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Spotlight on Disparities in Income, Race, and GeographyOtherJune 2009Richard Chase, Jennifer Valorose
Indicators and Strategies for Minnesota's Early Childhood System, Full ReportOtherDecember 2008Christopher Moore, Richard Chase, Megan Waltz, Zoe Nicholie, April Then
Indicators and Strategies for Minnesota's Early Childhood System, SummaryOtherDecember 2008Richard Chase
Minnesota Baseline Information for the BUILD Initiative, Full ReportLiterature ReviewApril 2003Zoe Nicholie, Richard Chase, Shelly Hendricks
Ready 4K - Early Childhood Care and Education in Minnesota - A Status Report, SummaryLiterature ReviewMarch 2003Richard Chase

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