Foundations for Families’ monthly email Round Up provides a recap of the blog posts we published each month, lists opportunities to connect, and provides links to resources and information that are of interest to the early care and education community. It’s a one-stop shop for communication from our Talking Points, DRS Updates, and EHS-CCP blogs.
If you’re curious to know what our readers are most interested in, check out the list below. These are our top five blog posts of 2022 based on views by Round Up readers.
- Environmental Risk Factors Contribute to Community Health Needs
- DRS Grants Forecasted to Open for Competition in November 2022
- Insights on Process and Content to Help Prepare for FY2023 Focus Area Reviews
- 5 Tips for Successful Submission of DRS Round 10 Applications
- NHSA Winter Leadership Institute Provides Federal Policy and Budget Updates
Three out of the top five blog posts are from Talking Points, a forum for thought leaders in early childhood education where we provide research and regulatory knowledge as well as insights from our experience in the field. The other two are from DRS Updates, where we keep programs in the know about funding announcements and strategies for submitting a successful DRS application.
As you may know, it has been quiet on the EHS-CCP front – and thus quiet on our EHS-CCP blog. In fact, there hasn’t been a new round of EHS-CCP grants in more than two years. As soon as we learn anything new about EHS-CCP grant opportunities, you’ll hear from us!
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Wishing you a happy and healthy new year!
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