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Help Mecklenburg County Children Turn Five Ready to Thrive
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GPS Serves Children With Special Health Care Needs Ages 0-3 as They Transition from CDSA to CMS.
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"This implementation report charts progress toward ensuring that all children birth to five in Mecklenburg County have access to high-quality early childhood education to: foster equal opportunity among children to learn, grow, and thrive; and promote economic...
Click the button below to read the Health and Human Services recommended appropriations: Health and Human Services Appropriations "Investing in Early Learning and Development - Invests more than $95 million from 2019-2021 in early education and child development. Adds...
"Decades of research has shown that pre-kindergarten makes a difference in school readiness not just in the short-term by preparing children for kindergarten, but in the long-term as children grow up, become employed, and contribute to the strength of the economy."-...
Video Invitation to The Importance of Nonverbal Communication Workshop | Feb 2
How Are Children Faring in Our Community? NC Child’s county data cards provide local snapshots of child well-being by county. For 2020, the county data benchmarks indicate how NC’s children were faring before the pandemic and give key indicators of child well-being to...
Turn Five Ready to Thrive
Smart Start of Mecklenburg County
601 E. 5th Street, Suite 500
Charlotte, NC 28202