Tag: first things first 2014 annual report

Registration for the FTF Early Childhood Summit is Now Open

| June 29, 2015
Registration for the FTF Early Childhood Summit is Now Open

  REMINDER: early registration ends July 15. Don’t miss the opportunity to attend this premier early childhood conference at a discounted rate. Register now. Learn more about what the First Things First Early Childhood Summit has to offer: A lineup of keynote and featured speakers comprised of leading voices in early childhood More than 80 informative, inspiring breakout […]

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Registration for the FTF Early Childhood Summit is Now Open

| June 23, 2015
Registration for the FTF Early Childhood Summit is Now Open

  REMINDER: early registration ends July 15. Don’t miss the opportunity to attend this premier early childhood conference at a discounted rate. Register now. Learn more about what the First Things First Early Childhood Summit has to offer: A lineup of keynote and featured speakers comprised of leading voices in early childhood More than 80 informative, inspiring breakout […]

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Registration for the FTF Early Childhood Summit is Now Open

| May 24, 2015
Registration for the FTF Early Childhood Summit is Now Open

  Early registration is now open for the First Things First Early Childhood Summit 2015. The Summit is a unique opportunity for early childhood professionals, stakeholders and supporters to meet, learn and share strategies that help kids be ready for school and set for life. Register now at a reduced rate. Here’s a preview: Visit summit.azftf.gov to learn […]

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Read First Things First’s 2014 Annual Report

| September 22, 2014
Read First Things First’s 2014 Annual Report

Through data and personal stories, First Things First’s 2014 Annual Report illustrates how Arizona’s commitment to early childhood is making a difference for infants, toddlers and preschoolers across the state, and how FTF is doing its part to get more Arizona kids ready for success in kindergarten and beyond. Read First Things First’s 2014 Annual […]

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