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Training and Technical Assistance Providers

Many professionals are key to supporting children’s access to high-quality care from birth through school age. They provide this support through technical assistance and training, administration, consumer education, health and mental health services, and other activities. The following resources are designed to support these professionals.

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Certain triggers, such as persistent infant crying, may lead some caregivers who are highly stressed to shake young infants. This can result in abusive head trauma that damages a baby's brain. Find out ways to strengthen protective factors that can help keep children safe.

During the first five years, children constantly acquire new skills and knowledge. Caregivers who know what children can do and how they can get hurt can protect them from injury.1

The Positive Eating Environment Self-Assessment for Early Care and Education (ECE) Programs offers a brief, user-friendly way to assess basic mealtime practices. Learn how this assessment can help center-based and family child care programs that serve 3 to 5 year olds.

This fact sheet is part of a series fact sheets about the state of QRIS in the United States.

This fact sheet is part of a series fact sheets about the state of QRIS in the United States. It covers the types of data included in QRIS data systems, how the data are being used, and data system linkages.

This fact sheet is part of a series fact sheets about the state of QRIS in the United States.

The Expulsion Policy Strategy Tool lays out a rubric for a range of policy options to promote young children’s social-emotional development and reduce the likelihood of expulsion and suspension in early learning settings.

The fourth in the State Capacity Building Center Infant/Toddler Specialist Network's 2018 Hot Topic series, this webinar provides information and resources to assist technical assistance and professional development practitioners who support FCC providers as they care for mixed-age grou

American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) grantees may use CCDF funds for construction or major renovation of child care facilities upon requesting and receiving approval from the Office of Child Care.  These presentations were developed by the National

The research-based Parent, Family, and Community Engagement (PFCE) Framework for Early Childhood Systems is a guide to understanding the collaborative relationship between parents and early childhood systems, programs, providers, family caregivers, and community service providers to promote...

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