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  • Business Partnership for Early Learning offers information on the Partnership, its membership and program activity. The page can also be reached through the website for the Seattle Foundation.
  • The Human Services Policy Center undertakes research activities to support public policy that improves the lives of children, families, and communities. Research is available on the economic impact of early education as well as financing and cost modeling.
  • Thrive by Five is a non-profit organization established in 2006 to help move forward improvements to all early care learning environments. The website offers information about the organization's work and advocacy information about the importance of early care on the community and the economy.
  • United Way of King County is a strong partner in early learning advocacy and engaging the business community in early care.
  • Washington Learns includes information about the initiative, working committees and related legislation.
  • Washington State Department of Early Learning has information about state early efforts, research, reports about the early care system, and child outcomes.