This fact sheet provides a descriptive analysis of data from QRIScompendium.org about how TA is implemented across QRIS operating in the United States. It includes information about the types and focus areas of TA, the job titles used for TA providers, the number of TA providers delivering services for QRIS, and trainings or certifications needed for TA providers. This fact sheet also includes information on the delivery of TA: how TA is targeted to early care and education (ECE) programs; whether standardized processes are used; and details on the dosage of onsite support.
Planning Tool August 13, 2021
This planning tool showcases how the federal relief funds can be used to support infant, toddler, and family well-being through strategies to expand, improve, target, and make early care and education, family support, and maternal and infant/toddler health services more accessible and responsive.
Website August 1, 2021
The child care landscape is a complex, ever-changing environment. Cooperatives -- businesses owned and run by their members -- can be a vital solution many issues. This web page lists a series of resources that show how cooperatives can help build the long-term resilience of child care programs and provide an array of benefits to all stakeholders within the system.
Article July 1, 2021
Transforming children's early care and education into a high-quality learning experience is central to making the city of Detroit a world-class city for its children and families. This article highlights learnings from a formative evaluation of a collaborative effort by a funder, a research organization, and three community partners that set out to shed light on the strengths, limitations, and needs of informal child care providers in southwest Detroit.