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Partners and Contributors

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A Collective Vision

Kansas communities large and small are coming together to share visions and opportunities for creating an ideal early childhood care and education system. In 2020, the All in for Kansas Kids Strategic Plan was made possible through the efforts of more than 6,100 Kansans who contributed their experiences, ideas, and feedback to strengthen and improve our system. Today, early childhood stakeholders continue to work collaboratively across the state to make that plan a reality.

Collaboration on Many Fronts

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