Hawaii State Early Childhood Strategic Implementation Plans
Hawaii envisions a strong infrastructure for a coordinated mixed delivery system that address equitable access to, and transitions between, high quality programs and services for all children birth through five statewide, to support their health, safety, and readiness for lifelong learning. To achieve this vision, Hawaii developed a series of 7 strategic implementation plans (SIP) linked to the State Plan, informed by needs assessments, and engaged stakeholders across the system. By sharing agreed-upon strategies, activities, key metrics, and designating responsibilities and timelines, to increase coordination and alignment. To learn more about the strategic planning process and information regarding the SIP, here is the Strategic Planning Process Overview.
Below you will find downloadable Overview, SIP, SIP Summaries, and Pre-2019 Needs Assessment Summary, which is available data compiled that informed plan designers. You can also find more current need assessment reports here on this early learning website.
Hawaiʻi Early Childhood State Plan: Strategic Implementation Plans, 2020-2023
NOTE: The following documents are pre-graphically treated drafts and will be updated with final graphically-treated documents in coming months. We invite you to come back to download and use the final documents when announced.
Access to More Resources for Children and Families (AMR)
Availability of More Seats for Children and Families (AMS)
Early Childhood Health and Family Wellbeing (ECHFWB)
Maximizing Family Knowledge and Engagement in Child Development (MFK)
Quality Workforce Development and Supports (QWFD)
Transition Supports (TS)
Early Childhood Integrated Data System (ECIDS)
Pre-2019 Needs Assessment Summaries (compiled to support strategic planning)
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This effort and intuitive was supported by the 2018 Preschool Development Grant administered by Administration for Children and Families and granted to Hawaii’s State Department of Human Services in collaboration with the Hawaii State Executive Office on Early Learning.