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Building Bright futuresBuilding Bright Futures
buildingbrightfutures.org
Building Bright Futures is a public-private partnership to coordinate and oversee Vermont’s early childhood care, health and education system. A governor-appointed Building Bright Futures statewide Council oversees coordination of this initiative. Each region of the state has a Building Bright Futures Regional Council. This Council is a community hub of information and a place to address issues relating to young children and their families in the region. For a current list of Building Bright Futures Regional Directors, visit the website.

Vermont Public LibrariesPublic Library
dol.state.vt.us

Your local public library has a wealth of free early literacy resources and services!! For a directory of libraries statewide, visit the Vermont Department of Libraries or call 828-3261.

Vermont Department of EducationVermont Department of Education
education.vermont.gov
(802) 828-3135

The mission of the Vermont Department of Education is to provide leadership and support to help all Vermont students achieve excellence. The DOE offers a wide variety of programs and services in support of Vermont’s students, teachers, educators, administrators, families, and community members.

Verizon ReadsVerizon Reads
readingvermont.org

In 1999, Verizon established Verizon Reads to work for a more literate America through programs that create awareness, raise funds, and encourage collaboration among literacy program providers. Verizon Reads has chosen the Vermont Humanities Council as its Vermont partner for this national program. Reading Vermont is a partner program of Verizon Reads.

Vermont 211Vermont 2-1-1
Vermont211.org
Dial 2-1-1
2-1-1 is an easy to remember telephone number that connects people with important community services and volunteer opportunities. Every hour of every day, someone needs essential services — from finding an after-school program to securing adequate care for a child or an aging parent. People often don't know where to turn. 2-1-1 helps people find information about and referrals to human services for every day needs and in times of crisis.

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