In summary, the PDG B-5 grants will support States in their efforts to analyze the current landscape of their ECE mixed delivery system and implement changes to the system that maximize the availability of high-quality early childhood care and education options for lowincome and disadvantaged families across providers and partners, improve the quality of care, streamline administrative infrastructure, and improve State-level early childhood care and education funding efficiencies.
Video November 1, 2019
Hear how Kith and Kin helped prepare Cokis as a caregiver.
Ending the Illiteracy Epidemic: Advancing Nationwide Equity through Reformed Language and Literacy Ecosystems
Video October 1, 2019
Watch this edition of Let’s Talk to receive a tour of the Cox Campus courses, discussion forums, and other resources. You’ll also hear from an ECL professional who implemented Cox Campus methods to achieve significant success on the ground.
Trauma Informed Services and Policies to Support Immigrant and Mixed Status Families in Early Care and Education: TraumaInformed Approach to Working with Children and Families
Slide Deck July 1, 2019
This slide deck from the webinar, Trauma-informed Services and Policies to Support Immigrant and Mixed-Status Families in Early Care and Education, outlines a trauma-informed approach to working with providers and families and ways to promote resilience in the workforce and address the impacts of this work on providers.