Acting for Our Children
You are a crucial part of Our Children, Our Community, Our Change – and your involvement can be as simple as starting a conversation. We will provide you with all of the resources you need to help you harness the EDI data to spark change and action!
Our Children, Our Community, Our Change seeks to build a movement of organizations, institutions, and individuals working across the District to move our community’s practices and policies to better support young children and their families. We can identify barriers, establish citywide priorities, and create stronger systems to support children and families.
How Do I Get Involved?
CHECK OUT THE TOOLKIT:
HOST A CONVERSATION AND SPARK ACTION
Facilitation guide to champion early childhood data, with helpful resources to lead a conversation on the EDI
Complementary questions to help you plan a conversation around the EDI data
Email templates to promote your gathering
Meeting template to get you started
SHARE THE DATA
Comprehensive presentation, with full suite of EDI maps and facilitation notes (via Dropbox)
Presentation supplement with the EDI subdomain charts
Download individual maps
Full PDF pack (via Dropbox)
DISCUSS THE EDI WITH YOUR SCHOOL/CENTER
Ways your early childhood school or center can utilize the EDI domains for actionable change
If your school/center collected EDI data, quickly navigate your report
If your school/center collected EDI data, thank teachers for their participation
If your school/center did not participate in the EDI, take concrete steps to harness the outcomes locally
Fact sheet to further explain EDI in DC
Submit a request for more tools/resources
Learn about each subdomain and measurement item
Better understand the EDI subdomains and what it means to be "ready" for school
Define EDI terminology
Have another idea or REQUEST? Contact email@example.com so we can support you!
Share with Our Children, Our Community, Our Change your commitments and your actions, individually or collectively. You’ll inspire others to act and help demonstrate how we can, together, create a stronger system for children and families in DC: