Early Childhood Leaders Benefit From Results-Based Accountability

A recent report by the New Venture Fund examines the importance of leadership development in the area of early childhood education and the impact private programs like the Casey Foundation's results-based leadership development approach could have on the field. The subject of quality leadership has been on Casey's radar for quite some time. 

July 6, 2018

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B’more for Healthy Babies

A Collaborative Funding Model to Reduce Infant Mortality in Baltimore

After nearly a decade of work, the B’more for Healthy Babies initiative has helped to reduce infant mortality and improve the lives of thousands of parents and children in Baltimore. Central to its success? A funding approach, called collective impact.   

June 22, 2018

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Investing in Innovation

Reflections on the Family Economic Success-Early Childhood Education Pilots

This report, designed to aid funders, shares lessons and recommendations that are based on the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s experience with a two-generation initiative aimed at breaking the cycle of poverty.

May 20, 2018

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Casey Fellow in Focus: Helping Kids Meet Early Milestones in Michigan

Kristen McDonald is one of 16 visionary leaders who recently graduated from the Casey Foundation’s Children and Family Fellowship. Her story demonstrates what Fellows can accomplish when they apply the tools and competencies of Results Count — the Foundation’s results-based leadership approach — to achieve measurable results in child well-being.

October 30, 2017

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