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The National Governors Association (NGA), in partnership with the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO), today announced that six states will receive grants and support to help develop a policy agenda to strengthen the quality of their early care and education (ECE) workforce. CCSSO will identify four additional states.
The National Governors Association announced that it will work with states to test its forthcoming State Resilience Assessment and Planning Tool (SRAP Tool) and identify best practices in adapting to, withstanding and recovering from disasters.
The National Governors Association (NGA) announced a new project aimed at helping states expand training and employment opportunities for people with disabilities.
On Feb. 26, 2018, as part of the NGA Winter Meeting, governors met with the President and discussed many possible approaches to improving school safety. Each governor is developing strategies to best address the safety of children in their state's schools. This memo captures some of the discussions held at the meeting, as well as ongoing state efforts to promote school safety.
A new road map from the National Governors Association highlights steps that governors can take to improve coordination and strengthen existing efforts across state agencies and identifies recent state efforts to adopt strategies to reduce traffic fatalities.
Parents and Children Thriving Together: The Role of State Agencies in Crafting a Statewide Two-Generation Strategy
A new paper from the National Governors Association and the Center for Law and Social Policy provides an overview of ways in which states can use two-generation strategies to reform state systems for the benefit of low-income families.