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Early Childhood Workforce “Data for Impact” Convening: Exploring Partnerships, Strategies, and Opportunities to Build and Strengthen Workforce Data

This summary, developed by the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation and NORC at the University of Chicago, shares key themes that emerged from a virtual convening focused on effective data use to address early care and education workforce issues and how federal agencies can offer technical assistance to support states, localities, and Tribes. Readers will gain insights into state strategies for managing and using workforce data, including building data infrastructure and partnerships. Readers will also gain insights into facilitators and challenges that states face in their efforts, and the technical assistance, resources, and research that states, localities, and Tribes need to use workforce data for impact.

Published 2023

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