The Partnership for Early Success is committed to providing Kansas children from birth to age 8 the best possible start in life through access to diverse, high-quality early care and education, health and family support services.
The Partnership for Early Success is a collaboration of business leaders, educators, medical professionals, law enforcement officers, armed forces and child advocates dedicated to improving the lives of our youngest Kansas children. Please consider joining our efforts by signing on to the Partnership for Early Success member agreement.
The Partnership for Early Success works to advance public policy in early childhood education, health and economic security for Kansas children age birth through 8.
Our 2015 legislative priorities are
- securing funding for early care and education;
- advancing childhood literacy;
- and improving child care assistance policies.