Wisconsin Family Impact Seminar #17

Cosponsored by the National Conference of State Legislatures and the National Governors Association

Early Childhood Care and Education: What Are States Doing?

January 16, 2002

Download the Full Report (pdf)
Download the Executive Summary (pdf)

Featured Speakers

David Riley, Professor of Human Development & Family Studies and Extension Child Development Specialist, University of Wisconsin-Madison/Extension
Wisconsin’s Investments in Access and Quality of Child Care

Helene Stebbins, Program Director, National Governors Association
State Efforts to Improve Early Care and Education

Bina Patel, Policy Associate, National Conference of State Legislatures
State Efforts to Coordinate Early Care and Education

Karen Ponder, Executive Director, North Carolina Partnership for Children, Smart Start
Smart Start: Implications for Public Policy

Additional Chapters/Materials

Child Care Quality: Does It Matter and Does It Need to Be Improved?, by Deborah Vandell & Barbara Wolfe

NCSL State Legislative Report: Analysis of State Actions on Infant and Toddler Care, by Joan Lombardi & Julie Poppe