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Redleaf National Institute: Think Small Language: English
Description: This section of our website contains a variety of resources on issues related to the business of family child care. For over 25 years, Resources for Child Caring has been providing support to the business side of family child care.
3 Simple Questions: To Guide Our Communication on Behalf of Children, Youth, and Families Language: English
Author: Li, Junlei
Publisher: The University of Pittsburgh Office of Child Development (2010)
Description: This news brief focuses on how to communicate our feelings about supporting children and their programs.
We can go about making children's issues compelling by understanding what happens between our communication materials and the one person is is reading or listening. Focusing on one on one communication invites the communicator to consider how we meet the needs of the one person whom our communication is trying to reach. We propose three hypotheses about the fundamental needs of our audience and the question that each hypothesis poses for the communicator.
The First 2000 Days Language: English
Publisher: North Carolina’s Partnership for Children (2010)
Description: North Carolina’s Partnership for Children has launched a website designed to generate support for early learning by highlighting that there are only 2,000 days from a child’s birth to the first day of kindergarten. The site provides basic information about the value of early education in easy-to-understand messages. It’s a useful model of how to reach people outside of the early child-hood field to gain support for early learning. While the website does feature North Carolina- specific information, organizations and people from around the country are sharing it because it makes the case for early learning in a straightforward manner.