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Using CCDF and TANF to Support Quality Out-of-School Time Care

Several federal grant programs play a significant role in supporting the costs of child care for low-income families, including care for school-age children before and after school and during the summer. This brief, Using CCDF and TANF to Support Quality Out-of-School Time Care, explores ways that TANF can be used to subsidize the care of eligible school-age children and support out-of-school time program initiatives.

Top 10 Actions to Improve Website Content and Design: 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 August 8, 2019, webinar “Top 10 Actions to Improve Website Content and Design.”

Including School-Age Features in Your Consumer Education Website: 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 September 12, 2019, webinar “Don’t Forget About School-Age Child Care in Your Consumer Education Website” and the Se

Ask Me Anything: Don’t Forget about School-Age Child Care in Your Consumer Education Website

This thirty-minute follow-up session answered questions that states and territories raised in the webinar. Participants submitted questions prior to the session, and the experts prepared responses.

Don’t Forget about School-Age Child Care in Your Consumer Education Website

This webinar explored data and resources around supporting school-age child care and examined how to leverage the state consumer education website. Participants learned about available resources, ways to collaborate with other systems to support school-age child care, and saw examples on how some states have utilized their consumer education websites to highlight school-age child care options.

Special and Vulnerable Populations

This resource was developed for an Open Space Session: Special and Vulnerable Populations. It is a compilation of all notations of special and vulnerable populations in the CCDF Final Rule and serves as a quick reference guide on serving special and vulnerable populations.

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Addressing the Decreasing Number of Family Child Care Providers in the United States

Action is needed to ensure that family child care remains a strong, healthy component of the early childhood education system. This brief examines the reasons family child care homes close and offers information that your state, territory, or tribe can use to solve this problem.

Strengthening Systems and Supports to Build Positive Social-Emotional Climates in Out-of-School Time

This brief, Strengthening Systems and Supports to Build Positive Social-Emotional Climates in Out-of-School Time, highlights best prac­tices regarding social-emotional learning that states learned about and shared in a peer learning group facilitated by NCASE. Examples from Oklahoma, Vermont, and other states are included in this brief.

Ask Me Anything: Top 10 Actions to Improve Website Design and Content

This thirty-minute follow-up session answered questions that states and territories raised in the webinar. Participants submitted questions prior to the webinar, and the experts prepared responses.