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Data Integration and Data Governance Structures That Support Consumer Education Websites: Questions and Answers from the “Ask Me Anything” Webinar

This resource answers common state and territory questions about Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) consumer education website requirements and innovative practices for website design. It was prepared in response to questions raised by webinar participants who attended the

Supporting Positive Social-Emotional Climates in Out-of-School Time – Part I

On September 26, 2019, the National Center on Afterschool and Summer Enrichment (NCASE) hosted the first of a two-part webinar series, highlighting promising practices from a recently concluded 10 state Professional Learning Group.  Topics included:

Preparación, respuesta y recuperación ante emergencias: Apoyar la salud socioemocional de niños, familias y maestros

Este seminario web presenta recursos y prácticas para apoyar a bebés, niños pequeños, familias y maestros durante eventos de desastres naturales.

Aprovechar los sistemas de educación superior para apoyar el acceso a las credenciales para trabajar con bebés y niños pequeños

Este seminario web explora ejemplos estatales sobre asociaciones entre cuidado infantil y educación superior para el desarrollo de credenciales sobre bebés y niños pequeños que representen un punto de entrada a educación adicional y a una jornada exitosa y accesible por rutas educativas y profesionales.   

Recursos para respaldar las políticas de salud y bienestar para el cuidado de bebés y niños pequeños

Este seminario web esboza políticas sobre salud y seguridad para centros y proveedores de cuidado infantil familiar que promueven las mejores prácticas para el cuidado de bebés y niños pequeños. Se comparten mejores prácticas, recursos y listas de verificación.

Advocacy & Communication Solutions (ACS) Network Mapping Tools: Outreach and Engagement

Mapping the organizations or individuals who are working on the same issue as you or serving the same population can clarify potential partnerships, determine next steps for collaborative activities, identify opportunities to impact the system in which you work, or even uncover barriers for creating change in your community. Understanding both those within the system you’re working to impact as well as others who are connected to your issue is a crucial step in any communication, advocacy, or coalition building effort.

PDG B-5 Data Privacy and Early Childhood Data Sharing- "Lessons Learned from Utah"

Lessons Learned from Utah around EC data systems, EC data integration, and documentation

Strategies to Engage Families often Difficult to Reach Community of Conversation (CoC) Webinar

Engaging families as partners in the early learning process is imperative. This includes engaging them as co-partners in both the assessment of the needs of their communities and in planning strategically for state and community early learning strategies. This presentation will leverage the experience and expertise of the presenters in large and small scale early learning community engagement and communication strategies and will offer best practices to successfully connect with traditionally difficult to reach families.

SLDS Issue Brief: Unique Identifiers Beyond K12

In early childhood, a unique identifier (UID) is an identifier used to associate children, workforce, classes, program sites, and families with their respective data.This brief will support ECIDS leaders in understanding UIDs; communicating the benefit of assigning UIDs in early childhood; understanding possible approaches to assigning UIDs; and identifying key considerations in carrying out the work.

Strategies to Engage Family Child Care Providers as Partners in Planning Community of Conversation (CoC)

Engaging providers as partners in the early learning process is imperative. This includes engaging them as co-partners in both the assessment of the needs of their communities and in planning strategically for state and community early learning strategies. This presentation will leverage the experience and expertise of the presenters in large and small scale early learning community engagement and communication strategies and will offer best practices to successfully connect with family child care providers.