Communications

We want to stay in touch with you

Over the past decade, the ways in which we communicate with our growing community have evolved dramatically. Some of the methods we use today were unknown just 10 years ago.

Initially we relied almost exclusively on a newsletter delivered by mail. Our electronic newsletter has replaced that hard-copy version, allowing us to tell you about news and events as soon as they occur. If you aren’t receiving this newsletter, we hope you’ll sign up for it on the home page of this site.

We also reach many members of our community on Facebook and on Twitter. These social networks give us an informal way to share pictures and news with early childhood educators, families, funders and other partners.

Our blog, which is part of this website, lets us cover stories in more depth. There, as on Facebook and Twitter, we urge you to post comments and become part of the conversation.

In 2015, we produced a booklet explaining in some detail what we do, what we’ve accomplished, and why it matters. You can see this publication as a view book below.