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The following are Early Learning Council resources, produced either as part of workgroup reporting requirements to the Early Learning Council, or as required information for the Legislature.

Reports to the Legislature

Oregon Preschool Legislative Report (February 2017) NEW!
This report describes Oregon’s publicly funded preschool programs, Oregon Prekindergarten (OPK) and the 2016 implementation of Preschool Promise. Key highlights of the report describe costs, funding, enrollment, and children and families served by OPK and Preschool Promise.

Additionally, the report addresses program requirements, the positive impacts OPK teachers and staff have on quality early learning experiences for children, as well as child progress and outcomes. The report also details Preschool Promise program requirements, the roles and responsibilities of Oregon’s Early Learning Hubs, funding models for Hubs and providers, and provides a comprehensive review of program implementation successes and challenges for the Preschool Promise program.

Legislative SB 5507 Budget Note Report (December 2016)

Early Learning Hub Legislative Report (September 2016)

System of Quality Supports for License Exempt Child Care Providers Report (September 2016)

Preschool Promise Legislative Report (January 2016)

Early Learning Council Equity Subcommittee Report (March 2015)

Hub Report to the Legislature (February 2015)

Early Learning Hub Report to the Legislature (February 2014)

Community-Based Coordinator of Early Learning Services (Hub) Report to the Legislature (February 2013)

Appendix A (September 2012)
By September 30, 2012, the Early Learning Council established by section 4, chapter 519, Oregon Laws 2011, shall submit a report to the Oregon Education Investment Board and the interim committees of the Legislative Assembly on education and human services that describes the availability, resources and functions of persons who act as family support managers, as described in section 5 (3)(b), chapter 519, Oregon Laws 2011.

Early Learning Council Survey Report (September 2012) Availability, Functions and Resources of Persons Who Act as Family Resource Managers

HB 4165 Comprehensive Children’s Budget report (September 2012)
SECTION 12. (1) By September 30, 2012, the Early Learning Council established by section 4, chapter 519, Oregon Laws 2011, shall submit a report to the Oregon Education Investment Board and the interim committees of the Legislative Assembly on education and human services. The report shall describe a comprehensive children’s budget for adequately funding early childhood education and development programs and services and that may be used to design a budget for early childhood education and development programs and services for the 2013-2015 biennium.

HB 4165 Joint Workgroup report (September 2012)
SECTION 11. By September 30, 2012, the Early Learning Council established by section 4, chapter 519, Oregon Laws 2011, and the State Interagency Coordinating Council created by ORS 343.499 shall jointly submit a report to the Oregon Education Investment Board and the interim committees of the Legislative Assembly on education and human services.

Early Learning Council SB 909 Report (December 2011)

Other Reports, Publications, and Resources

Family, Friend, and Neighbor Care Report (August 2016)

Early Learning Division, Organization Equity Self-Assessment Tool (May 2016)

Early Learning Division, Ways & Means Presentation (April 2013)

ELC/Oregon Health Policy Board Joint Subcommittee charter (November 2012)

Early Learning Council Screening Tools Workgroup report (September 2012)

Report from Kindergarten Readiness Assessment Workgroup to the Early Learning Council (July 2012)

Data System Recommendations report (May 2012)

Early Learning Design Team Strawperson Proposal (October 2011)

Early Childhood and Family Investment Transition Report (January 2011)

Child Care and Early Education Workgroup

Screening Tools Workgroup charge

Priority: Early Learning memo from Governor Kitzhaber

Race to the Top Grant
Oregon Race to the Top – Early Learning Challenge Grant Application


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