More children are becoming wards of the state, mainly due to the opiate crisis.
Building Bright Futures
After four years as executive director of Building Bright Futures, Julie Coffey announced that she will be leaving at the end of the year to spend more time with her family. Calling her term as head of the nonprofit organization that has been deemed Vermont’s Early Childhood Advisory Council to Gov. Peter Shumlin both “intense […]
The report by Building Bright Futures pulls together state budget dollars channeled to more than 140 programs across 11 state agencies, departments and government divisions.
Public data abounds in modern times, but most is difficult to access or analyze. A new online portal, Vermont Insights, is meant to provide free and useful access to a trove of public data.
Building Bright Futures State Advisory Council Inc. (BBF), Vermont’s early childhood resource and policy center, is pleased to announce 10 new Regional Coordinators located across the state to improve the quality, affordability and equal access to early care, health and education for young children and their families.
For Immediate Release: April 19, 2010 Contact: David M. Coriell (802) 828-3333 Vermont to Participate in Early Childhood Policy Initiative One of Six states selected for NGA Ready States Initiative Montpelier, Vt. – The National Governors Association (NGA) has selected Vermont , as one of only six states, to develop high-quality, comprehensive state early childhood […]