This presentation, from the 2018 BUILD QRIS National Meeting, examines how three states -New Mexico, Colorado, and Virginia -approach understanding and supporting curriculum and assessment practices in QRIS and covers the challenges and opportunities inherent in measuring, monitoring, and supporting child assessment and individualized instruction at scale.
This presentation, from the 2018 BUILD QRIS National Meeting, describes the Parent, Family, and Community Engagement (PFCE) for Early Childhood Systems Framework, implementation resources that are available, and ways that the Framework is informing policy and systems change in Indiana and Tribal early childhood systems.
This slide deck supports part five of a five-part webinar series that explores successes in building the supply of high-quality child care in high-needs communities and lessons learned in states and communities. This presentation covers innovative models to build, expand, and sustain quality facilities in high-need communities.
Two reports from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine—Transforming the Workforce for Children Birth Through Age 8: A Unifying Foundation (2015) and Transforming the Financing of Early
Care and Education (2018)—explore the science of early childhood development, identify ways to strengthen
the competencies of professionals who care for and educate young children, and recommend approaches
for financing early childhood care and education in a way that supports high quality and broad access.