Wisconsin Early Education Shared Services Network

By streamlining regulation compliance, business practices, purchasing, and program logistics, we can make the lives of child care providers easier and support them in this important work.

Shared Services: A Powerful Framework for Strengthening High Quality Care and Education

But nobody should be expected to excel at both MISSION and all things that SUPPORT the mission.


  • compliance with licensing and QRIS
  • payroll
  • scheduling
  • human resource administration
  • marketing


  • documentation and observation
  • meaningful curriculum planning
  • personalized professional development pathways
  • growing program leadership capacity

One solution is to POOL needs with the other programs, who meet those needs TOGETHER.

Shared Services Model

When programs share staff and tasks, more time, money and emotional energy is available to FEED THE MISSION.


 What do we gain? Capacity

  • THROUGH SCALE: Lower costs via joint purchasing of goods and services, and sharing tools and resources across many sites.
    Better results from skilled staff, more focused on shared fiscal and program leadership.

We are mission-driven to create positive systems change that impacts both the early childhood workforce and the young children of Wisconsin.

Graphics used with permission by The Opportunities Exchange.

This project is funded in part by the Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Endowment at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

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