San Francisco stakeholders are committed to creating a seamless and coherent early care and education system for San Francisco’s children and families. Extensive efforts to increase access to early education for all families, but particularly for low-income families and children at risk, and to assess and improve quality, have been undertaken over the past twelve years in San Francisco. Developing a system requires explicit efforts to bring coherence to the relationships between various financing mechanisms and revenue sources, and the programs, services, and infrastructure that require funding. In San Francisco, ECE stakeholders have worked together to resolve these long standing issues and to streamline the system into a cohesive whole that maximizes investments while maintaining a focus on quality.

Follow the links below to visit each stakeholder website.

First 5 San Francisco
First 5 Santa Clara County
City & County of San Francisco’s Department of Children, Youth & Their Families
Human Services Agency of San Francisco
San Francisco Department of Public Health
San Francisco Unified School District
Mimi and Peter Haas Fund
Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development
California Department of Education
California Department of Social Services
First 5 California

Other State Associations:
California Child Development Administrators Association
County Welfare Directors Association of California
California Child Care Coordinators Association
Child Care Law Center
California R& R Network