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Maryland Family Network is a 501c3 organization. We do not endorse nor rank political candidates. Our Gubernatorial Candidate Forums are an opportunity to present ideas, ask questions and have a thoughtful dialogue about issues that matter to Maryland's families with very young children. This is not a debate.
A quality early childhood education system in Maryland must be an equitable one. On October 13, 2021, Iheoma U. Iruka, PhD spoke about how best to ensure excellence for young, diverse learners, especially Black children. This included reforming existing systemic racism, examining non-traditional pedagogical approaches, new public policies, and training geared towards early education practitioners.
Maryland Family Network is a 501c3 organization. We do not endorse nor rank political candidates. Our Gubernatorial Candidate Forums are an opportunity to present ideas, ask questions and have a thoughtful dialogue about issues that matter to Maryland's families with very young children. This is not a debate.
Maryland Family Network is a 501c3 organization. We do not endorse nor rank political candidates. Our Gubernatorial Candidate Forums are an opportunity to present ideas, ask questions and have a thoughtful dialogue about issues that matter to Maryland's families with very young children. This is not a debate.
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Building Better Beginnings (B3), a collaborative effort to leverage the expertise and diverse perspectives of Maryland’s early childhood experts, released a first of its kind report today aimed at expanding high-quality services available for expectant families and families with children birth to age three, especially those who are living at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level. Building Better Beginnings for Maryland’s Children: Maryland’s Prenatal to Three Equity Report examines many factors of prenatal to three health, education, and well-being including prenatal care, home visiting, temporary assistance, child care, substance exposure, and others. 
Maryland Family Network is hosting a series of Gubernatorial Candidate Forums. These are an opportunity to present ideas, ask questions, and have thoughtful dialogue about issues that matter to Maryland's families with very young children. These are not debates. Please note that Maryland Family Network is a 501c3 organization. We do not endorse nor rank political candidates.
Toddlers and adults.
B3 Releasing First of Its Kind Report on Prenatal to 3 Equity in Maryland.
Mom kissing her baby's cheeks.
Maryland Family Network, the state-wide intermediary overseeing the network of Family Support Centers, is pleased to announce that we have issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for Maryland agencies and organizations to operate/establish a Family Support Center in a Maryland community or region. Centers serve families with children birth through age three and/or expectant parents. MFN anticipates awarding multiple grants to support both the planning and full operations of these new Family Support Centers.
Maryland Family Network is hosting a series of Gubernatorial Candidate Forums. These are an opportunity to present ideas, ask questions, and have thoughtful dialogue about issues that matter to Maryland's families with very young children. These are not debates. Please note that Maryland Family Network is a 501c3 organization. We do not endorse nor rank political candidates.