This presentation by the Child Care State Capacity Building Center reviews the current family child care landscape, considers ways to strengthen family child care supply and quality, and shares strategies and resources to support family child care providers.
This protocol is designed to increase understanding of the root causes of poor outcomes and disparities in a selected community and to provide insights about how targeting can address opportunities and challenges.
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
This report from The McCormick Center for Early Childhood Leadership at National Louis University’s Research Notes, focuses on professional development needs of directors of early care and education programs and how they differ by the developmental stages as directors grow throughout their careers.
This slide deck is from the session titled How Do We Know What’s Working: Embracing Data & Assessment in StateExpulsion Prevention Strategies at the 2018 QRIS National Meeting. It reviews research on the drivers of expulsion and addresses the question: how do we know if we are reducing and preventing exclusionary practices?
This meeting resource notes the highlights of a presentation - Reflections on the Use of Data in a State Strategy to Reduce and Prevent Expulsion and Suspension in Early Childhood – at the 2018 QRIS National Conference.