The Community Framework for Early Childhood Collaboration, developed by the Model Convening Project provides an example of communities working together with multiple home visiting partners. This site also offers a series of guides and briefs (such as Public Policy Advocacy for Early Childhood and Advancing Racial Equity in Early Childhood Systems), that can be used to deepen trust, engagement, and synergy between and among all partners in a community working to support young children and families. The Story Bank also highlights detailed accounts from communities on implementing various aspects of the framework, including families’ perspectives on early childhood collaboration.
Reigniting a Culture of Improvement with Afterschool and Summer Enrichment Programs Webinar Resources
Archived Meeting Resources November 23, 2022
These resources were shared during the Reigniting a Culture of Improvement with Afterschool and Summer Enrichment Programs webinar.
Reigniting a Culture of Improvement with Afterschool and Summer Enrichment Programs Webinar Recording
Video November 23, 2022
As states re-vision quality systems with a focus on improvement, equity, empowering flexibility, and strong engagement with providers and families, there is opportunity to ensure a cohesive system across the age continuum, including how services complement and expand into school-age youth development. Alignment of resources, collaboration among partners, funding, investment, leadership, and sharing best and promising practices all matter. In this session, state leaders from New York, Nevada, Utah, and Wisconsin shared their insights on incorporating out-of-school time (OST). Wherever your state is in supporting programs to build continuous quality improvement in OST services, there is something for you to share and learn in this session as we explore what’s next within our context.
Slide Deck November 23, 2022