The Systems Mapping process was facilitated by Scott Spann (Innate Strategies) and involved over 80 public and private partners in 2012. The map documents the array of systems’ components within Hawaii’s early childhood system. The map spotlights potential levers of change that would have the greatest impact for improving the lives our youngest children.
Click the map above to see an enlarged, PDF version of the map. You can learn more about the process followed during the mapping process by reading and watching the videos on the post “Building Shared Understanding Through System Mapping.”