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Work done for United Way of the Alberta Capital Region

Client: United Way of the Alberta Capital Region, Success by Six®

Project Charter: Early Years Continuum Project:

Services: Capacity Building and Adaptive Management (2011)
This project charter provided a detailed overview of project management. It defined the scope of the project and identified critical factors for success as well as constraints. It also described the governance structure, including key stakeholders, their roles and responsibilities and reporting requirements, including risk factors and mitigation strategies, as well as change management processes.

Client: United Way of the Alberta Capital Region, Success by Six®

Literature Review: Early Years Continuum Project

Services: Capacity Building and Adaptive Management (2011)
This paper supported the work of four pilot sites in Alberta that were examining how they can address gaps in Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) services in their communities and improve the experiences of families through increased cooperation, coordination and collaboration. The paper analyzed and defined key ECEC terms based on leading international theory and practice. It then examined the Canadian government's current approach to funding ECEC, and presented three case studies of delivery models, analyzing how ECEC services are currently provided in Ontario (through Best Start Child and Family Centres), British Columbia (through StrongStart BC) and Australia (through Early Childhood Schools). The paper concluded by presenting the implications of this investigation, and how these findings may inform the delivery of ECEC services in Alberta.

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