Georgia’s L4 Plan
- Brings together stakeholders (outermost ring)
- Organizes around values (inner ring)
- Identifies five building blocks
- Focuses on supporting the whole child (middle ring)
All children receive abundant, language-rich adult-child interactions,
which are as critical for brain development as healthy food is for physical growth.
All children and their families have year-round access to, and supportive services for,
healthy physical and social-emotional development and success in high-quality early childhood
and elementary education.
Positive Learning Environment
All educators, families, and policymakers understand and address the impact of learning climate on social-emotional
development, attendance, engagement, academic achievement, and ultimately student success.
Teacher Preparation and Effectivness
All teachers of children ages 0-8 are equipped with evidence-informed skills, knowledge, and resources that effectively
meet the literacy needs of each child in a developmentally appropriate manner.