Determining what works or does not work in early education systems and programs means considering priority populations to ensure that all children benefit from high-quality early learning experiences. For especially vulnerable populations, we need to better understand the challenges they face and how to be responsive to their needs to ensure they thrive and learn. The Foundation regards diversity as an asset for building a strong and productive society, and we are committed to building early childhood programs that value, support, and embrace the culture and diversity of young children’s families and communities.

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