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.
This fact sheet, from the 2018 BUILD QRIS National Meeting, provides links to resources describing the early childhood programs at Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute and Wake Technical Community College.
This presentation, from the 2018 QRIS National Meeting, describes the advocacy efforts that led to Philadelphia’s tax on sweetened beverages to fund pre-K and rebuild child play and learning public spaces.
In this letter to the secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, experts in child welfare, juvenile justice and child development from several organizations renew their concern regarding the agency's actions in harming children by separating them from their parents at the border.
This presentation supports Webinar Four of the Five-Part Series - Strategies for Building and Financing the Supply of High Quality Early Learning. It covers financial strategies to build and sustain the supply of high quality care and provides a national perspective from the National Center on Subsidy Innovation and Accountability, as well as experiences of state leaders from Georgia and Kentucky.
This report describes Kentucky's effort to develop and validate estimates that reflected the cost of providing preschool and child care across the state at various levels of quality. Findings were used to inform policymakers responsible for determining budget allocations for preschool in school districts and reimbursement rates for child care.
This report is based on a six-month study CLASP performed to understand how young children and early childhood professionals are affected by immigration policy changes. This first-of-its kind research included interviews and focus groups with more than 150 early care and education providers and parents in six states.