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  • Agency for Workforce Innovation, Department of Early Learning website provides program information including the pre-k program and information on the early learning coalitions.
  • Child Care Executive Partnership provides detailed information about the program including its initial legislation and board members. There is also information on absenteeism and the cost of child care breakdowns, and how to participate.
  • Florida Children and Youth Cabinet provides meeting minutes and detailed information about the work of the cabinet on behalf of Florida's young children.
  • Florida Children's Service Councils provided information and background about the network of councils, their advocacy work, current effort and notable news.
  • Florida's Children Summit website details the summit event along with background information and materials on the workshop recommendations.
  • The Children's Forum is not-for-profit organization working to increase the quality, affordability, and availability of child care and early education in Florida. The website has a variety of information and materials for parents and advocates on its programs as well as research and publications, training, special initiatives and other resources.