Publications & Resources for Early Childhood
Below are Early Childhood-related research reports, guides, and fact sheets published with the support of The Henry and Marilyn Taub Foundation.
Safe and Healthy Birth
Paterson Community Insights on Perinatal Health
Paterson Community Insights on Perinatal Health was a joint effort between the Health Coalition of Passaic County and the SJH Center for Innovation to understand the community’s needs when it comes to perinatal health and pregnancy care. – St. Joseph’s Medical Center, Center for Innovation.
St. Joseph’s Center for Innovation – 2021
With funds from The Turrell fund, The Children’s Home Society of New Jersey explored the birth support needs of Passaic County residents.
NJ Children’s Home Society – 2020
Per NJ First Lady, Tammy Murphy, Nurture NJ is “The Strategic Plan is designed to make transformational change in a system that has historically failed our mothers and babies – especially our mothers and babies of color. Accordingly, the plan requires all sectors — health, education, housing, business, government, justice and more — to play an integral role in its realization. Ultimately, the success of this plan relies on the partnership and collaboration of all stakeholders to put proposals into action that both improve the quality of and save lives.”
Office of First Lady – 2021
Infants and Toddlers: Advocacy for Childcare
In the Pennies to the Dollar report, ACNJ “details the investment gaps to support the education of infants and toddlers and provides three policy/investment recommendations.”
ACNJ – 2022
ACNJ’s homepage for “Unlocking Potential, a roadmap to making New Jersey the safest, healthiest and most supportive place to give birth and raise a family,” convened by ACNJ with support from The Pritzker Foundation.
ACNJ – 2020
Homepage of The Infant and Toddler Policy Research Center at NIEER.
Preschool Through 3rd Grade: Aligned Learning
This brief article documents the history of state funded preschool in New Jersey.
Per the National Instititute for Early Education Research, this longitudinal study “investigates the effects in third through tenth grade of New Jersey’s Abbott preschool program which has many of the features and contexts hypothesized to mitigate fadeout.”
NIEER – 2021
Paterson, New Jersey
ADVOCATES FOR CHILDREN OF NEW JERSEY – 2022
Kids Count is a one-stop source for child well-being in New Jersey’s third largest city.
ADVOCATES FOR CHILDREN OF NEW JERSEY – 2012