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  • The Act 259 website is an interesting example of using technology to solicit input from community stakeholders.
  • Good Beginnings Alliance is the leading policy advocacy organization in the State of Hawai`i ensuring that all keiki are safe, healthy and ready to succeed.
  • Hawai`i P-20 Partnerships for Education is a statewide partnership led by the Good Beginnings Alliance, the Hawai`i State Department of Education, and the University of Hawai`i System that is working to strengthen the education pipeline from early childhood through higher education so that all students achieve career and college success.
  • PATCH is Hawaii's statewide child care resource and referral agency. Resource and referral services have evolved from a grassroots effort to help parents find child care, to a well-developed system that supports parents, providers, and local communities in finding, planning for, and providing affordable, quality child care.
  • The Center on the Family enhances interdisciplinary research, service, and education that supports and strengthens families. The Center conducts research; sponsors workshops, seminars, and conferences; disseminates research-based information; and facilitates collaboration.
  • The Hawaii Business Roundtable is a statewide public policy organization made up of the CEOs and senior executives of companies headquartered or maintaining significant operations in Hawaii. The roundtable participates in the P-20 and P-3 initiatives in Hawaii, and has advocated publicly for early care and education.