June 7, 2018, Raleigh, NC
On June 7, 2018, parents, babies, and early childhood advocates took Raleigh by storm for Strolling Thunder to tell everyone that it's time to it's time to Think Babies NC - for stronger families, vibrant communities, and a prosperous future. Thank you to everyone who pushed for change with us, and thank you to our Strolling Thunder partners at MomsRising.org and NCAEYC.
Watch our video about the event below or on Facebook!
Building Strong Foundations for Babies
April 4, 2018, Raleigh, NC
Click here to download a pdf of the presentations and handouts.
Click here for the links to the recordings, including the keynote address and all powerpoint presentations.
The NC Early Education Coalition is launching a new initiative to support babies and their families!
Think Babies NC is designed to ensure that North Carolina’s young children, ages 0-3, and their families benefit from effective public policies, programs and funding that promote a solid foundation for healthy beginnings, supported families, and quality early care and learning experiences. This project will create an effective and engaged coalition of state policy-makers and early childhood stakeholders who will work together to raise public awareness and build political will to improve policies and programs for infants and toddlers and their families.
We'll be building a statewide coalition focused on infants and toddlers, hosting exciting events and training opportunities, and developing new strategies for working with policymakers and early childhood stakeholders to make sure everyone takes action to put babies first. Join us to get the latest information about opportunities to participate in this exciting new project.
It's time to think babies and make their potential our priority!
Tell us what you think babies and families need to thrive. Sign up to get the latest information about our new Think Babies NC project!
THINK BABIES NC RESOURCES
The fact sheets and handouts below can be used to help you learn more about infants and toddlers in North Carolina and to help you share the Think Babies message.
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Think Babies NC Newsletters