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  • State of Ohio Federal Stimulus Initiative. 2009.
  • The BUILD Ohio Board decided to transfer their activities to the new statewide Early Childhood Cabinet. However, Ohio remains a Build state, and will continue to contribute to the Build national movement that is redefining early childhood for children and families.
  • Community Solutions offers county-specific economic impact data in easy-to-use one-page fact sheets for 27 key Ohio counties.
  • Fight Crime: Invest in Kids Ohio is led by more than 200 police chiefs, sheriffs, prosecutors and crime survivors dedicated to preventing crime and violence.
  • Governor's Early Childhood Initiative describes Governor Strickland's support for early education and care and provides links to other resources in Ohio.
  • GroundWork Ohio is a campaign to make voluntary early care and education available to all of Ohio's children aged birth to age six. The campaign is led by a steering committee of early care and education leaders, dedicated to building political will for the needs of young children.
  • Ohio Family and Children First is a partnership of government agencies and community organizations committed to improving the well-being of children and families.
  • Ohio's School Readiness Solutions Group of the State Board of Education is made up of leaders in early childhood, K-12 education, business, policy, and other sectors, who recognize that helping children achieve school readiness cannot be accomplished by a single agency or individual. It depends upon effective public-private partnerships. It demands strong leadership in both the public and private sectors. It requires a comprehensive, coordinated statewide system for school readiness.
  • Voice's for Ohio's Children is the non-partisan voice of Ohio's nearly 3 million children. With more than 100 collaborative partners, Voices impacts the changes in public policy that improve the health, safety, education, family stability and childcare of Ohio's children and their families.
  • From the Beginning: Firm Footing for Children, Families, and Schools. 2006. School Readiness Solutions Group of the Ohio State Board of Education.