This meeting agenda from BUILD’s 2018 Meeting, Making the Most of It – Birth to Five Preschool Development Grant Meeting, outlines all of the technical assistance provided to state teams to help them with their applications for this critical federal funding opportunity.
In this blog on the Child Care Aware website, an early care and education leader goes from pondering the possibility of helping her own home-based care provider gain knowledge of early childhood education strategies to facilitating a conversation with national experts on the issues that impact this segment of the child care workforce.
This blog post outlines why Infant Mental Health Consultation is a wise investment of Child Care Development Block Grant dollars. It describes what Infant Mental Health Consultation is, why it is important, and offers examples of it in use.
This blog post looks at why the child care supply falls so short in our country and how states can close the gap and support families. It also offers strategies for building the child care supply by making informed investments.
A pre-retirement tribute to her legacy, this blog post features an interview with Anne Mitchell, an early childhood leader for more than three decades who played a key role in the birth and life of QRIS. She offers her thoughts on the beginnings of QRIS, the impact of QRIS on the early childhood systems building movement, and what she sees for the future.
This document notes highlights of a presentation- Maximizing CCDF Impact for Infants and Toddlers Changes in CCDBG Policies and Funding: An Opportunity for Infants and Toddlers and Those Who Care for Them - from the 2018 QRIS Meeting -
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