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This resource is intended to provide an understanding of various conflict response styles and theories. It also includes an activity to help groups identify their collective conflict response styles.

New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) takes the goal of family-friendly child care policies seriously.  The child care state administrator partnered with staff of other department family support programs to conduct a thorough review of operations and how they align.&nb...

This document provides information and specific examples of how States and Territories can combine quality initiatives and programs to support high-quality infant toddler care.

The Infant Toddler Consultant Self-Assessment Tool (Self-Assessment Tool) is designed for consultants from all disciplines (health, mental health, education, social services, etc.) who work in any setting that provides services to infants, toddlers, and their families, or who provide support to...

Professional development (PD) systems are made up of connected services and supports with a common goal to build an effective workforce. To raise quality and retain effective educators, PD systems can combine promising PD and workforce strategies at the practitioner, program, and system levels...

This document provides an overview of Wisconsin’s evaluation of its Infant/Toddler and Administrator Credentials. Information is provided in four sections: Background, Methods, Initial Findings, and Summary.

This resource is a fit and feasibility checklist for State/Territory teams as they develop and strengthen technical assistance (TA) systems.

Many States and Territories have identified a goal of revising state licensing requirements. Implementing a successful change initiative requires a thorough assessment of the process, required resources, timing, challenges and context.

States’ licensing systems are operating under competing pressures to both improve the health and safety of children in child care while maximizing administrative cost efficiencies.

The purpose of this research brief is to report on the licensing requirements and policies of child care center licensing for all 50 States and the District of Columbia.

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