Strong Starts Policy Forum Report and Findings

March 3, 2011

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This is a summary of findings from the Strong Starts for Children Policy Forum in Santa Fe, N.M., on Jan. 24, 2011. Some 150 parents, neighbors, child advocates and policymakers met for a policy forum in New Mexico to celebrate the work of the five Strong Starts programs and to work through the pros and cons of policy options for improving the lives of New Mexico’s youngest children.

Please use the points in this report when you to talk to each other, to early childhood advocates, and to your policymakers about what New Mexicans want in order to ensure bright futures for their children.

This is the English version of Foro de decisiones políticas de Un buen comienzo para los niños Reporte y conclusiones.

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