The way the public thinks and talks about early childhood development (ECD) and learning influences which child-related policies and programmes are most likely to be adopted. This report presents findings from interviews conducted with members of the public and decision-makers in the field of ECD and analyses the assumptions that dominate reasoning about ECD and early learning. It also explores the implications these assumptions have for advocacy communications and concludes with a set of initial framing recommendations.
Framing Racial Equity in Adolescence: Messaging Strategies for Social Change
This playbook is part of a broader effort to change how we think and talk about adolescence and adolescent development in America.
Framing Racial Equity in Adolescence: Messaging Recommendations for Advocates and Communicators
The purpose of this document is to equip advocates and communicators working in the youth space with more effective shared messaging that can build understanding, change attitudes, and raise...
Child Tax Credit is Keeping Families Afloat and Giving Us All Something to Celebrate
As the holidays approach, we should collectively toast the support that we have provided to American families this year. The CTC is working.