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Developing a Business-led Early Learning Initiative Jessie Cannon Associate Policy Director PAES Workshop March 10-11, 2010 Washington, D.C. Building upon work that came before us. In Ohio …….. . and at the national level. October 2009 CEO Convening . Developing our plan.

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Developing a Business-led Early Learning Initiative Jessie CannonAssociate Policy DirectorPAES WorkshopMarch 10-11, 2010Washington, D.C.


Building upon work that came before us
Building upon work that came before us

In Ohio ……..

and at the national level.



Developing our plan

  • Use business planning framework for all BRT initiatives

  • Easy to communicate policy goals to CEOs using familiar planning construct

  • BRT uses Procter and Gamble (OGSM) framework

    • Focus on vertical alignment of objectives, goals, strategies and metrics



Developing our plan
Developing our plan

METRIC

By 2015, increase the percentage of Ohio children who are ready for kindergarten by ____%, and by ___% by 2020.*

*The percentage gain cannot be specified until the baseline data are generated in 2010

Purpose Statement: Dramatically increase the number of Ohio children who enter kindergarten ready to succeed as learners.


Developing our plan draft objective and goals
Developing our plan – Draft Objective and Goals

Objective: Since the road to college – and to healthy and productive lives – begins at birth, Ohio will invest in its youngest children to succeed as learners before it invests in anything else.

  • GOAL 1: Beginning in 2010, create a sense of urgency among state policymakers, families and other stakeholders for high-quality early learning experiences that prepare young children to succeed as learners.

  • GOAL 2: By 2012, assess the kindergarten readiness of all children based on their social, emotional, physical and cognitive development.

  • GOAL 3: By 2015, increase the availability of high-quality early learning experiences (in-home and out-of-home) to ensure that all children are prepared for kindergarten, and to give all parents and families better opportunities to make informed choices about how to prepare their young children to succeed as learners.

  • GOAL 4: By 2015, secure a down payment for Ohio’s early learning system by tripling the state’s investment in early learning (baseline SFY 2009).


Next steps
Next steps

  • Feedback from stakeholders

    • Early learning advocates

    • Providers

    • Funders

    • State agencies

  • Feedback from CEO leads/BRT governance

  • Engage CEO task force


  • Challenges
    Challenges

    • Keeping the focus – unique role business community can plan in advancing early learning

      • What should we lead?

      • What should we support?

      • What should we avoid?

      • Identifying short-term victories for long-term engagement


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