Research proves the value of early childhood education. Children in quality early learning programs are less likely to require special services and more likely to graduate from high school, find employment and be responsible citizens. Recognizing the importance and community impact of early childhood education, United Way of Adams County has supported and coordinated "Ready to Learn," an early childhood education initiative promoting quality learning, for more than a decade.

Vital partners in "Ready to Learn" efforts include state regulated early learning centers and home day care practitioners, Adams County Head Start, Migrant Head Start, the county's six public school districts, Child Care Information Services, Adams County Library, Birth to Five Committee and various York and Adams county agencies serving children.

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