Our work at the Anita Zucker Center focuses on building and maintaining connections with local, state, national and international partners. These connections establish learning and action by a variety of stakeholders on behalf of young children who are vulnerable and their families. We are reaching children and families locally and around the globe. Through our partnerships and interdisciplinary research, context-relevant solutions emerge and evidence-informed practices are implemented.


Our interdisciplinary center is building connections through its members and affiliates who bring expertise from colleges, centers and institutes across the University of Florida.

Community PARTNERS

We work together in partnership with our stakeholders and with many agencies in communities locally — and across the state to ensure young children and families succeed.


We collaborate with our colleagues from leading institutions across the United States to address significant issues related to research, policy and practice in early childhood.


Through our partnerships with organizations and institutions across the globe, we are addressing universal issues in early childhood health, development and learning.