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Promoting Learning and Growth for School-Age Children During the Summer Months

On May 16, 2019, NCASE facilitated a webinar to share strategies and introduced new resources aimed at mitigating and preventing the “summer slide” of lost academic progress that many school-age children experience during the summer months. Highlighting the value of summertime child care programming, the webinar included discussion of:

Ask Me Anything: Using Data to Inform Your Website

This thirty-minute follow-up webinar answered questions that states and territories raised in the "Using Data to Inform Your Website" webinar. Participants submitted questions prior to the webinar and the experts prepared responses.

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Early Learning and Development Guidelines

This document provides current website links to early learning and development guidelines (ELDGs) from the 50 states and the District of Columbia. All states have developed ELDGs for preschool children (3 to 5 years old). Most states have ELDGs that either include or are separate for infants and toddlers (birth to 3 years old).

FY 2020–2022 CCDF Tribal Plan Preprint Trainings: Section 7: Promote Family Engagement through Outreach and Consumer Education

The Fiscal Year (FY) 2020–2022 CCDF Tribal Plan Preprint Trainings brought together Tribes, Office of Child Care staff, and technical assistance providers to prepare Tribes to submit their FY 2020–2022 CCDF Tribal Plans, which serve as their application for CCDF funding.

FY 2020–2022 CCDF Tribal Plan Preprint Trainings: Section 6: Ensure Equal Access to High Quality Child Care

The Fiscal Year (FY) 2020–2022 CCDF Tribal Plan Preprint Trainings brought together Tribes, Office of Child Care staff, and technical assistance providers to prepare Tribes to submit their FY 2020–2022 CCDF Tribal Plans, which serve as their application for CCDF funding.

FY 2020–2022 CCDF Tribal Plan Preprint Trainings: Section 5: Provide Stable Child Care Financial Assistance to Families

The Fiscal Year (FY) 2020–2022 CCDF Tribal Plan Preprint Trainings brought together Tribes, Office of Child Care staff, and technical assistance providers to prepare Tribes to submit their FY 2020–2022 CCDF Tribal Plans, which serve as their application for CCDF funding.

FY 2020–2022 CCDF Tribal Plan Preprint Trainings: Section 3: Support Continuous Quality Improvement (for All Tribes)

The Fiscal Year (FY) 2020–2022 CCDF Tribal Plan Preprint Trainings brought together Tribes, Office of Child Care staff, and technical assistance providers to prepare Tribes to submit their FY 2020–2022 CCDF Tribal Plans, which serve as their application for CCDF funding.

FY 2020–2022 CCDF Tribal Plan Preprint Trainings: Section 4: Tribes with Small Allocations Only—Direct Services (for Tribes with Small Allocations Who Choose This Option)

The Fiscal Year (FY) 2020–2022 CCDF Tribal Plan Preprint Trainings brought together Tribes, Office of Child Care staff, and technical assistance providers to prepare Tribes to submit their FY 2020–2022 CCDF Tribal Plans, which serve as their application for CCDF funding.

FY 2020–2022 CCDF Tribal Plan Preprint Trainings: Section 2: Establish Standards and Monitoring Processes to Ensure the Health and Safety of Child Care Settings (for All Tribes)

The Fiscal Year (FY) 2020–2022 CCDF Tribal Plan Preprint Trainings brought together Tribes, Office of Child Care staff, and technical assistance providers to prepare Tribes to submit their FY 2020–2022 CCDF Tribal Plans, which serve as their application for CCDF funding.

FY 2020–2022 CCDF Tribal Plan Preprint Trainings: Section 1: Define CCDF Leadership and Coordination with Relevant Systems (for All Tribes)

The Fiscal Year (FY) 2020–2022 CCDF Tribal Plan Preprint Trainings brought together Tribes, Office of Child Care staff, and technical assistance providers to prepare Tribes to submit their FY 2020–2022 CCDF Tribal Plans, which serve as their application for CCDF funding.