Vermont's Early Childhood Resource, Data, and Policy Center

Using evidence to inform policy is a key component of how we can improve the well-being of children and their families across Vermont. The Center is a critical tool for answering policy questions by centralizing data from the complex early childhood system.

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Vermont's Early Childhood Resource, Data, and Policy Center

Using evidence to inform policy is a key component of how we can improve the well-being of children and their families across Vermont. The Center is a critical tool for answering policy questions by centralizing data from the complex early childhood system.

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Data

Cross-sector data on Vermont's early childhood system and outcomes for children and families

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Resources

Early childhood resources for families and professionals

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Policy

What can we do to support optimal outcomes for children and families in Vermont?

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Publications

Reports, briefs, and research articles produced by BBF and statewide partners

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2020 How Are Vermont's Young Children and Families? Report

This report brings together cross-sector data to provide an overview of successes and challenges impacting children, families, and communities and features the 2020 SAC Recommendations.

Vermont's Early Childhood Action Plan (VECAP)

The VECAP is a bold, collaborative approach to building a comprehensive and integrated early childhood system that promotes healthy child development and family stability from the prenatal period through age eight, centered around making measurable changes in early childhood outcomes.

Family Engagement Assessment

Creating meaningful partnerships with families leads to better outcomes for children. The Family Engagement Assessment project was conducted in 2020 to inform and improve how people who serve Vermont’s children and families respect and engage families as partners.