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This edition features the meeting notice for the February 21 LCEY meeting and a new Innovative Community: Gillett.

This edition features the announcement of the Caregiver Survey Findings Summary.

This edition features the meeting notice for the October 26 LCEY meeting and an announcement to register for an upcoming Early Childhood Health Consultation webinar.

This edition features new resources for families and communities, including the Child Care Resource Guide for Families and a Strong Early Care and Education Builds Strong Communities flyer.

This edition features new Wisconsin Shares infographics that are now available to providers.

This edition features an update on two of our PDG partners: the Wisconsin Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board (Prevention Board) and the Early Childhood Health Consultation (ECHC).

This edition features the new Partner Up! Program Evaluation and the announcement for the Dream Up! Cohort 3 Awardees.

This edition features the June 1 LCEY Meeting Notice and an update on the Early Childhood Health Consultation program.

This edition features an update on the Early Childhood Health Consultation program and a new Innovative Community: Visions Forward.

This edition features the announcement of new Wisconsin Shares resources, a resource for parents with children transitioning into Kindergarten, and a reminder to apply for the Partner Up! grant program by March 12 at 5 p.m. CST.

This edition of the PDG Newsletter resources to help you apply for the third cohort of the Partner Up! grant program.

This special edition newsletter features the announcement that Partner Up! Cohort 3 applications are now being accepted.

This edition features an announcement for the next cohort of Partner Up! applications, a summary of the amount of Dream Up! applications received, and reminder to submit innovative ways your community is working to solve the child care crisis.

This edition features a reminder to apply for the Dream Up! grant program by March 17 at 5 p.m. CST and an update on the from the Governor's Radio Address last week.

This edition features resources to help you with your Dream Up! application and an update on the Lead Remediation Project.

This edition features a reminder that Dream Up! Cohort 3 Applications are now open and the announcement for today's LCEY meeting.

This edition features a reminder for the Dream Up! Cohort 3 Kick-Off Webinar on February 20.

This edition features an opportunity to take or help distribute a survey regarding working with children with special needs and an announcement that the PEC 2023 Conference registration is now open.

This edition features an update about the next round of Dream Up! applications and a reminder for an opportunity to participate in a meeting regarding transitions.

This edition features an announcement of an opportunity to participate in a meeting regarding transitions and a holiday message from the PDG team.

This edition features an announcement of the application window for Cohort 3 of the Dream Up! grant program report titled and a new Innovative Community.

This edition features an announcement a report titled Doing What’s Best for Our Kids, detailing the activities made possible between January 2021 and June 2022 by the Preschool Development Grant and more information on an Early Childhood Health Consultation Discussion Webinar which will take place December 1.

This edition features an announcement that the October LCEY meeting recording is now available and our featured ECE professional, Jane G. Morse.

This edition features the announcement an update on PDG funding, new examples of communities with innovative child care solutions, and a report on the evaluation of the Project Growth program.

This edition features the announcement of awardees for Project Growth's Partner Up! Cohort 2 and the launch of a new submission form to share innovative ways your community has helped try to solve the child care crisis in Wisconsin.

This edition features a new Partner Spotlight on Consilience Group, our strategic planning vendor, and our featured ECE professional Jill Harkaway.

This edition features the August LCEY meeting announcement, our final spotlight on Business Child Care Advocates (BCCAs) - Malory Hackel, and a highlighted Community Innovation Grant awardee, Wisconsin Alliance for Infant Mental Health (WI-AIMH).

This edition features two spotlights on Business Child Care Advocates (BCCAs)Carolyn Dame and Michelle Balsimo, and a highlighted Community Innovation Grant awardee, United Way of Green County.

This edition features two spotlights on Business Child Care Advocates (BCCAs)Bob Pekol and Sarah M. Agena, and a highlighted Community Innovation Grant awardee, Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa.

This edition features the announcement of Project Growth grant recipients and an update on Business Child Care Advocates (BCCAs), including two profiles for Michelle Moore and Jared Hickey.

This edition features an update on Business Child Care Advocates (BCCAs), including two profiles for Laura Lash and Robin Mainhardt, a featured 2021 Community Innovation Grant Awardee: First 5 Fox Valley, and a reminder that there are still Registry Coupons available.

This edition features an update on Business Child Care Advocates (BCCAs), April LCEY meeting announcement, featured 2021 Community Innovation Grant Awardee: Family Resource Center St. Croix Valley.

This edition features a wrap-up of Project Growth, the newly released Wisconsin Employer Perceptions of Early Care and Education: 2021 Comprehensive Research Findings, featured 2021 Community Innovation Grant Awardee: Children's Wisconsin – Black River Falls, the launch of Raising Wisconsin led by WECA, and a new funding opportunity from the DOL for ECE Workforce Apprenticeship Programs.