A new issue brief from the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices (NGA Center) offers states suggestions on how to better coordinate and integrate home visitation programs to improve early childhood initiatives. Maximizing the Impact of State Early Childhood Home Visitation Programs examines how states can better integrate home visiting programs into an effective and comprehensive early childhood system. It outlines strategies that promote coordinated planning and shared accountability across the agencies that fund home visiting and other early childhood programs; develop research-based quality standards and support ongoing program improvement; and improve data linkages to track outcomes and better target services.
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