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.
Policy Agenda October 1, 2019
This report analyzes the 2018 PDG B-5 applications to assess how the initial funding is helping states move forward in their systems-building efforts
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.
Blog July 1, 2019
This blog from the Center for the Study of Social Policy is titled: Preparing for Immigration Raids: What Early Childhood Stakeholders Can Do. Out of deep concern about the harm of such enforcement actions on young children, families, and communities, the blog offers several steps early childhood programs can take to prepare for impending raids.