The Education Redesign Lab brings together leaders from policy, practice, research, and advocacy to nurture a national children's opportunity agenda. This movement will advocate for an integrated system of education and child development, one that provides expanded supports, services, and opportunities for children and youth. We aspire to create a sense of urgency and possibility so that leaders will work collaboratively to increase investments in services for children. The goal is not only to describe what’s possible, but also to build demand for the redesign and integration of our education and child development systems. Currently, the movement building work focuses on four areas: coalition building, leadership development, state and local policy change, and national communications outreach.