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  • CityBridge Foundation, is a family foundation that in 2000 began to research the issue of systemic poverty. As a result, in 2006 the foundation launched a five year $8 million Early Years Education Initiative to improve the quality of early childhood education in the District of Columbia.
  • DC Action for Children works to improve the lives of children and youth through focusing on public policies in five areas of child and youth well-being and government accountability.
  • Making the Case for Public Investments in Quality Early Care and Education is a PowerPoint presentation used by PreK for All DC Executive Director Jesse Bailey.
  • Pre-K for All DC is a public education and advocacy campaign launched in 2006 to assure access to Pre-K for all three and four year olds. The website shares the history of the Pre-K movement in the District of Columbia and other information.
  • The Early Care and Education Administration part of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education, supports the provision of services and care for District children 5 years of age and younger.