The Early Education Funders' Roundtable (the Roundtable) provides funders with networking, learning and strategic collaboration opportunities related to early childhood education (birth – 8). Participants in the Roundtable work with partners to achieve the following outcomes for Georgia’s children: Strong foundational cognitive skills; Strong social and emotional competence; Consistent patterns of engagement in school and learning.

Location:
Georgia

Focus Area:
Statewide (with a concentration of funders in the metropolitan Atlanta area)

Structure

An initiative of the Georgia Early Education Alliance for Ready Students (GEEARS)

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GEEARS staff have presented at a range of local and national conferences and published extensively about early childhood issues in peer-reviewed journals, book chapters, and local and national media outlets, including The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionEducation WeekAtlanta Business ChronicleGeorgia Health NewsJournal of the National Medical AssociationReading and Writing, Division for Early Childhood, American Educational Research Association, National Association for the Education of Young Children, Society for Research in Child Development, and many others.

Tools and publications include:

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