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Sells Jill, 2015
This chapter focuses on the health projects that states are implementing with their federal ELC grants. Nine of the 20 state grantees opted to address the offered priority of health promotion. The states are: California, Delaware, Maryland and North…
Sells Jill, 2015
Executive Summary
Considerable state momentum exists to develop or enhance systems to link child health (including mental health) with early learning. Late in 2014, pediatrician Jill Sells interviewed representatives of the nine states that received Race to the Top-…