Rethinking Early Childhood Policy: Finding our way out of the silos

A more comprehensive public policy agenda would help spur investment and collaboration between and across public sector agencies and departments, but also private, philanthropic, and academic stakeholders who are just as critical in ensuring that the proper resources and supports are available for children to develop and thrive. Without such a policy, significant service gaps will continue to exist — gaps which no one service provider can be expected to fix.

Hilary Rikard