Our country is at a moment of fundamental change in terms of how we work and learn, how we provide care and connect, and how we build community. If the events of the past two years have taught us anything, it is that to prepare for future crises, we must put the interests of children and families at the center of our rebuilding efforts. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
To transform the early childhood development field, we need bold leadership that is able to chart a new future, one that is grounded in equity and centered in the expertise of families. By investing in the people who will lead the way, we can catalyze economic prosperity, foster an ecosystem marked by radical collaboration, and create a nation that centers children and their families over the next decade. This report shares findings from our landscape assessment and offers insights for integrating these findings into a cross-sector child and family agenda for 2030.