Share Your Story

Your stories matter. Let your voice be heard.

It will inspire others. Maybe it’s just a quick quote we can use within testimony at the legislature, or maybe it’s a photo and text highlighting your child’s successes. Remember, you don’t have to be a professional writer. Just follow the prompts and write what you know. We will help you edit and refine your piece before it is shared.

Who Should Share a Story?

Share Your Story

Your stories matter. Let your voice be heard.

It will inspire others. Maybe it’s just a quick quote we can use within testimony at the legislature, or maybe it’s a photo and text highlighting your child’s ….Remember, you don’t have to be a professional writer. Just follow the prompts and write what you know. We will help you edit and refine your piece before it is shared.

Who Should Share a Story?

Tell Us Your Story:

Tell Us Your Story:

Who Should Share a Story?

Below are some examples of people who may have a story to share.

  • You are a child care provider who recently became Parent Aware rated.
  • You are a family affected by a shortage of high-quality child care in your community.
  • You want the best for all children and believe high-quality early education leads to a successful future.
  • You are a parent of a young child who is effectively using Think Small ParentPowered Texts.
  • You know of a great high-quality child care in your area and would like to see it featured in an Early Education Spotlight.
  • You are a family who struggled to afford child care. What made the difference?
  • You are someone who’d like to share the impact an early learning scholarship had on your child and your family.
  • You are a family child care provider or staff member challenged by the current early childhood workforce climate.
  • You are an early learning advocate who knows the difference high-quality early education can make in the life of a child.