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Jefferson Ready Start Network & service to Latino families with young children


Jefferson Ready Start Network seeks to increase vertical alignment within the system, from birth to grade 12, to address the gaps in early childhood services to Latino families. This report, developed by Advancing Communities for Equity, utilizes the Administration for Children and Families' framework on early childhood access to examine the current state of Latino families’ participation in the Jefferson Ready Start Network, as part of the Louisiana Department of Education system. Recommendations and findings for every level of the system are offered to inform priorities that will have a transformative impact on children and their families. It is a call to action to systems leaders at the local, regional, and state level to address barriers that limit service to Latino families with young children. (author abstract)

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United States

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