This report represent bold and innovative changes necessary to reverse this trend. The recommendations include significant changes in the ways in which we identify, deliver, and fund services so that a more efficient, accountable approach is used which delivers measurable results. It recommends focusing on the delivery of services by streamlining our multiple attempts at coordination and making our multiple administrations and governance structures more efficient and accountable. In the spirit of accountability, the Early Childhood and Family Investment Team believes the recommendations contained in this report should be measured for success.
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