Serving as a resource for you.
A primary effort of our work is to serve as a resource on current legislative, regulatory or public issues activity; assess and prioritize concerns; and serve as liaison with other early childhood stakeholders who are associated with public policy issues. This work is achieved through community based events including the Annual Advocacy Breakfast, Month of the Young Child Events, Focus Group meetings, and the sharing of information at all Chapter events.
Our Public Policy Chairperson has established and maintained productive liaison contact with public policy officials (state, regional and national) and allied groups. Encouragement is given to members to be registered and informed voters.
All board members are registered as Children’s Champions on the NAEYC website.
If you’re interested in giving your voice to promote change within Early Childhood Education. Contact our Public Policy Chairperson or leave us a message through the Contact Us link.