Prenatal to Age Three Learning Lab Survey

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* 1. State

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* 2. Name (Optional)

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* 3. What is your role?

  • Meeting Objectives: 
    • Identify and highlight research-based models for supporting comprehensive prenatal through age three programs and services for children and their families;  
    • Share innovative state and local models that integrate services for infants and toddlers and their families, to ease burdens on parents and families; 
    • Explore the role governors can play in aligning and integrating services, including through governance structures in their states. 

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* 4. Please provide your feedback on each of the sessions

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Opening and Dinner
Keynote Address: Considerations for a Comprehensive Prenatal to Age Three System
Session I: Harvard Framework
Session II: Zero to Three Framework
Session III: Using Data to Improve Coordination in Prenatal to Age Three Systems
Session IV: Medicaid and Home Visiting Data Sharing
Session V: State Example: Mississippi
Session VI: Deep Dive with Experts Session
Session VII: State Example: Minnesota 
Session VIII: Zero to Three Case Studies
Session IX: Sustainability Discussion: Cross-State Table Conversations Using Tool to Address Lever/Goal

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* 5. What were 2-3 things you found most helpful?

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* 6. What suggestions would you make to strengthen the value of the Learning Collaborative to your work?

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* 7. What resources or follow up can NGA provide to help you further your work? (If you want specific follow up please be sure to identify yourself.)

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* 8. Please indicate how much you agree or disagree with the following statement:

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The meeting as a whole was informative and useful- I am glad I attended.
Overall, the meeting content and tools were relevant and applicable to my work.
The meeting logistics and pre-communications were effective.

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* 9. Please add comments here to explain any of your answers above.

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