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The Advocacy Network is an engaging, year-long experience for emerging advocacy leaders. It will create a new structure for connecting and supporting educator-advocates across all regions of the state, while building participants’ advocacy skills and first-hand experience. Together, we will bring a new influence to state and local policy that advances an equitable system of high-quality early education and care for children, families, and educators.

Annually support nine “advocacy leads” from across MA, including four from Boston (East Boston, Hyde Park, Roxbury, Dorchester), 27 advocacy leads over three years.

  • Advocacy leads attend monthly meetings, build advocacy knowledge and skills, network with peers, reach and teach others in their local community.
  • Cohort will represent the diversity of the early education and care field: demographics, provider type, geography.
 
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Create a new, sustainable advocacy infrastructure.

  • Impact state and local policy for early education and care (i.e., state budget and legislation for high-quality, affordable child care; EEC policy; early childhood mental health; local initiatives).
  • Advocacy leads will engage more than 1,200 community stakeholders in advocacy activities (i.e., letters, testimonies) and events (i.e., trainings, tours, advocacy days).

For more information, contact Titus DosRemedios at tdosremedios@strategiesforchildren.org.

 
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