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This guide for practitioners explains the science behind our core life skills, what affects their development, and how practitioners can help.

This guide for practitioners explains the science behind our core life skills, what affects their development, and how practitioners can help.

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Understanding how the experiences children have can affect lifelong outcomes provides a foundation upon which policymakers and civic leaders can design a more effective agenda.

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Reaching for Breakthroughs with Science-Based Innovation

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The science of early childhood is a source of new ideas that could be used to develop more effective policies & services focused on the early years of life.

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Using current best practices as a starting point, the Center works with a network of fellow change agents to design, implement, and evaluate innovative, science-based practice models that achieve transformational change for vulnerable children and families.

Our Innovation Model | Innovation in Action

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Innovation does not happen in a vacuum. To bring about lasting, population-level change for children facing adversity, we must foster a movement of collective change.

Browse Key Concepts | Learning Communities in Action

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