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Introduction

With funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; Start Early, the Partnership for America's Children, MomsRising, the United Parent Leaders Action Network (UPLAN), the Educational Equity Institute, and others are developing a federal policy advocacy agenda focused on equity and inclusion for young children with disabilities and development delays across the birth-to-five early childhood system. This survey is meant to gather the experiences, perspectives, and ideas of families, providers, educators, and others passionate about the needs of young children with disabilities and developmental delays and their families to inform this federal agenda.
 
The survey is completely anonymous, and data gathered will only be shared in aggregate form. We anticipate this survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. Several questions require answers to ensure we are collecting the right information from you. If you wish to respond from multiple perspectives, feel free to take the survey more than once. For more information on this effort, please contact Mina Hong at mhong@startearly.org or Katie Fisher at kfisher@startearly.org.
 
Thank you for participating in this survey and supporting the improvement of services and supports available to young children with disabilities/delays and their families!

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* 2. What best describes your primary role (i.e., the lens through which you will be taking this survey)?

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