How cities are convincing voters to pay higher taxes for public preschool
From – The Hechinger Report, May 19, 2019. Brenda Iasevoli Read more “Paying for High Quality Public Preschool”
From – The Hechinger Report, May 19, 2019. Brenda Iasevoli Read more “Paying for High Quality Public Preschool” →
From The New York Times – April 26, 2019. Timothy Egan – Opinion Read more “Grandparents Advocate for Grandchildren” →
COMMUNITYWIDE PRESCHOOL COLLABORATION MEETING
LAUNCH Flagstaff invites all early childhood center directors or owners to join us for this important community conversation about how we as a community of caring adults can expand equitable access to high-quality preschool in Flagstaff.
Refreshments will be served, complements of United Way of Northern Arizona
Questions? Please email Paul Kulpinski at email@example.com
FLAGSTAFF April 11, 2019
Over thirty Flagstaff area preschool directors, early childhood educators, K-12 school officials, and interested community members met today to explore opportunities for collaboration toward expanding preschool access.
The group met as part of the community conversation started by the publication of LAUNCH Flagstaff’s report and recommendation for expanding access to high-quality preschool in Flagstaff.
LAUNCH Flagstaff convened the group to strengthen relationships, improve communication, and engage preschool directors for their expertise Read more “Preschool Collaboration Expansion” →
FLAGSTAFF March 12, 2019
Peter Bruce of KAFF Radio hosted LAUNCH Flagstaff Partnership Director Paul Kulpinski and Leadership Council Member Robert Kelty on the air to speak to the Flagstaff community about the Expanding High Quality Preschool in Flagstaff report.
Listen to the entire interview below.
1. Presentation by North Country Healthcare on the Resource Provider Database as part of our effort to improve coordination and delivery of child development and parenting information.
2. Given the impact of the Flagstaff minimum wage increase on Head Start eligibility, what questions do we need to ask to prepare partners for keeping student participation in high-quality preschool programs at or above 23% for 2018?