This presentation by the Child Care State Capacity Building Center reviews the current family child care landscape, considers ways to strengthen family child care supply and quality, and shares strategies and resources to support family child care providers.
This slide deck, a resource from the 2017 QRIS national meeting, features strategies from the Committee for Economic Development (CED) to use refundable tax credits to improve professional development, wages, and state QRIS. It features the experience of Louisiana in implementing the state’s school readiness tax credits.
The resource below provides additional information about the grants and compares them to the similar, yet unrelated federal “Preschool Development Grant” (Legacy PDG) created during the Obama administration as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
Today’s discussion is a 'call to action' with diverse humanitarian response
teams and federal/state/local child advocates who support preparation,
recovery and equitable outcomes for young children and families when
This blog post explores local-level Child Care Resource and Referral agencies (CCR&Rs) as one option for supporting families in their search for infant and toddler child care. The expansion of the Child Care and Development Block Grant opens many new opportunities for investment in strategies such as those profiled from Indiana and Illinois.