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Complementary Learning in Action: Jacksonville Children's Commission
Suzanne Bouffard, Helen Malone
Aiming for a more coordinated system of care from birth through adolescence, the Jacksonville (Florida) Children's Commission (JCC) is changing the way that it—and the community—views and serves families. JCC supports and coordinates city-wide children's services through grant-making, technical assistance, and professional development. In coordinating its prevention and intervention efforts across ages and sectors, the Commission hopes to be a catalyst for community-wide change.
About this series
As complementary learning takes root across the country, Complementary Learning in Action shares innovative examples and lessons learned from those initiatives. This series documents the ways that diverse cities, counties, and states are employing complementary learning approaches to serve children across ages and across settings. It highlights key themes and emerging strategies to help build knowledge and inform others in the field.
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