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Erikson Institute and the Fiscal Policy Center at Voices for Illinois Children will co-host a workshop that delves into the state’s investments in early childhood.

The Illinois Risk and Reach Fiscal Scan is a supplemental report to the Illinois Risk and Reach Report. The Fiscal Scan will be available online in the coming weeks and printed copies of will be provided to workshop attendees.

Date: Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Address: Erikson Institute

451 N. LaSalle Dr.

Polk Bros Lecture Hall (Rm 201-202)

Time: 9:30 a.m.–12:00p.m.

Continental breakfast provided.

Ideal for: Advocates of early childhood who want more detailed information on state expenditures and appropriations as it relates to the risk factors that affect child well-being and publicly funded early childhood programs and services.

Cost: Free.

After participating in this workshop you will be able to:

  • Explain the need to understand the funding of 0-5 programs and services
  • Recall components of fiscal scan tables
  • Distinguish revenue streams
  • Analyze funding trends from recent fiscal years

Resources

  • To request a workshop or brief presentation on the Report for your organization, please complete this form.
  • To request the Risk and Reach PowerPoint deck for you to use at community presentations, please complete this form.
  • Use this link to view the 45-minute webinar on the Risk and Reach Report.

Register Today!

 

Webinar Registration

Topic : Funding Our Future: Generating State and Local Tax Revenue for Quality Early Care and Education

Description

The political and policy relevance of early care and education—and support for its expanded funding—is on the rise. Now is a great time for early childhood leaders to consider a previously overlooked approach to raising funds: dedicated state and local tax revenue for early care and education. Join this webinar to hear an introduction to essential guiding questions and seven tax areas that state and local early childhood leaders can consider pursuing to expand and diversify public funding for early care and education.

(Presenters: Olivia Allen, Project Manager, Children’s Funding Project; Lisa Christensen Gee, Special Initiatives Director, Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy; Harriet Dichter, Consultant, BUILD Initiative; Elizabeth Gaines, Director, Children’s Funding Project; Adele Robinson, Karabelle Pizzigati Endowed Clinical Professor, University of Maryland College Park; Katie Wehr, Senior Program Officer, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; Marva Williams, Consultant, BUILD Initiative; Simon Workman, Director, Early Childhood Policy, Center for American Progress)

Time : Oct 4, 2019 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

 

 

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