Thrive in Five
Thrive in 5 Releases Ready Educators Quality Improvement Partner RFR
Thrive in 5′s Ready Educators Pilot is an innovative effort to improve early childhood programs and, ultimately, young children’s readiness for Kindergarten. The Ready Educators Pilot will achieve these goals in a way that both respects individual programs’ unique strengths and challenges and, at the same time, holds all programs accountable for contributing to measurable improvements in children’s readiness for Kindergarten.
To support this work, Thrive in 5 is seeking an organization that will act as a Quality Improvement Partner to oversee the Ready Educators pilot project.
For more information, please review the Ready Educators Quality Improvement Partner RFR and appendices below. Responses are due by 4:00pm on May 3, 2013.
- Ready Educators Quality Improvement Partner Request for Responses
- Ready Educators Quality Improvement Partner RFR – Appendix A: Conceptual Model
- Ready Educators Quality Improvement Partner RFR – Appendix B: Budget Template
- Ready Educators Quality Improvement Partner RFR – Appendix C: Project Plan and Timeline
A Collective Promise to Boston's Children
Thrive in 5 is Boston’s citywide movement to ensure that children from families of all races, ethnicities, incomes, abilities and languages have the opportunities and support they need for success in school and beyond. Launched in 2008 by Mayor Thomas M. Menino and United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley, Thrive in 5 achieves its mission by partnering with families, early education and care providers, health providers, and others to build capacity to support school readiness, strengthen the quality of existing services, expand and create new programs and initiatives to meet demand, and measure progress to ensure accountability. To learn more, visit www.Thrivein5Boston.org or follow them at https://twitter.com/#!/thrivein5boston