Your Child’s Future Begins Today

Supporting parents, providers and teachers in providing quality Early Learning opportunities to all California children starting at birth.

Your Child’s Future Begins Today

We advocate for policy changes and investments in high-quality Early Learning programs for children from birth to age 8.

Your Child’s Future Begins Today

We advocate for policy changes and investments in high-quality Early Learning programs for children from birth to age 8.

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Empowering
Early Learning Teachers

Supporting Dual
Language Learners

Promoting Quality Early
Learning Programs

News from Early Edge California

Watch Our FFN Provider Video Series

Early Edge California's video series introduces viewers to Family, Friend, and Neighbor (FFN) child care providers and their work in caring for our youngest Californians.

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The Multilingual Learning Toolkit

Visit this innovative new online hub for research-based key principles, instructional strategies, and associated, free, practical, and easy-to-use resources that are geared towards educators who teach PreK-3rd Multilingual Learners.

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Gov. Newsom Signs Early Edge's Sponsored Legislation AB 1363 to Support DLLs

Asm. Luz Rivas, Early Edge CA, and fellow sponsors celebrate the signing of their bill that places CA first in the nation in DLL identification.

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Early Learning Facts

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of eligible infants and toddlers in California are enrolled in subsidized childcare programs.
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of Children Ages 5 and Under in California are Dual Language Learners
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Resources/ Professional Development

Professional Development Opportunities for Early Learning Teachers

Please see our updated listing of upcoming professional development opportunities. Be sure to bookmark this page for updates throughout the year.

Blog/ Early Learning

In Their Own Words: Hearing from our Early Learning Community during COVID-19

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Early Edge California reached out to California’s Early Learning community to share their experiences of navigating the health crisis and its impact on Early Learning and care as way to connect us all during this challenging period, and provide a space for sharing resources, ideas, and strategies for supporting our youngest learners. Catch up on all the interviews in this ongoing series.