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EARLY LEARNING SUPPORTSKelsey O'Brien2018-01-29T10:41:06+00:00
More information on Early Learning Supports in Pennsylvania:
- Learn about Infant/Toddler supports and resources. Building a support system designed to meet the unique needs of infants, toddlers and their caregivers through targeted professional development and technical assistance.
- Find information and resources about PELICAN. Pennsylvania’s Enterprise to Link Information for Children Across Networks (PELICAN) is the Departments of Public Welfare and Education’s initiative to combine the state’s early learning programs under a single management information system. All early learning services information is managed in PELICAN.
- Learn about the School-Age supports and resources. Through the Office of Child Development and Early Learning, Child Care and Development Fund school-age targets funds support regionally based school-age child care organizations and specialists to provide specialized professional development and technical assistance.
- Find information to request Technical Assistance. The Office of Child Development and Early Learning oversees several of the departments and agencies providing technical assistance and therefore looks at the area of technical assistance in a more global, cross-systems way.