This PowerPoint is from a five-part webinar series on strategies for building and financing the supply of high-quality child care. The focus of this particular webinar was on reducing child care deserts.
We are excited to present this report from Compass, containing the full data results from the surveys.
We are working together to analyze this data further and determine how to best support families and
caregivers in informal childcare arrangements. We look forward to sharing what we continue to learn
and working with all of you to improve child care in Forsyth County.
This paper will serve to explore the importance of identifying program quality as it relates to the SA and Early Childhood (EC) years and the key role that standards play in identifying
markers of program quality for SA youth, with a specific focus on the need to individuate standards between SA and Early Childhood Education (ECE) programs to maximize impact for program participants.
This Practice Brief is
the second in a periodic series published
by the National Center
on Afterschool and
Summer Enrichment (NCASE) to
build awareness of
promising practices in
the field of school-age
This paper will identify barriers and explore ways that the Commonwealth can both incentivize and support Shared Services as a framework for system-building at the early care and education provider level to strengthen the quality and sustainability of Early Childhood Education services.