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  • The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 2009 and it's Impact on New Jersey. ACNJ
  • Education Law Center uses public education and engagement, policy initiatives, research, legal action, and direct legal assistance to ensure equal and adequate education under state and federal laws. The center also works to ensure effective implementation of the programs and reforms ordered in the landmark Abbott v. Burke school funding case (for which the center represented school children) and supports advocates in other states seeking to improve public education.
  • National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER) is a national research and advocacy institute housed at Rutgers University. The institute conducts and distributes research on national advances in Pre-K quality and access, New Jersey's early education programs, and other topics in early care and education.
  • Nonprofit Facilities Fund is working towards assisting child care providers to overcome the barriers in expanding their programs and facilities to keep pace with the recent boom in demand for services. The fund leads a group of banks and CDFIs in a program called the Child Care Expansion Consortium (CHEX).
  • The Association for Children of New Jersey (ACNJ) provides research and advocacy for New Jersey's children. Over the years, ACNJ's issues have expanded from child welfare and juvenile justice to include early care and education, health and support for low-income families.
  • The New Jersey State League of Municipalities announced its partnership with the Early Care and Education Economic Impact Council on April, 2007. Read the letter the League sent to every Mayor in New Jersey.