Tribal Lead Agencies

These resources can assist CCDF Administrators and other Lead Agency staff with supporting American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) CCDF grantees.

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The Office of Child Care (OCC) recognizes that state, territory, and Tribal Child Care...

During two fiscal management question and answer (Q&A) sessions, the National Center on Tribal Early Childhood Development discussed various fiscal management topics, including the CARES Act spending requirements, obligation and liquidation strategies, and strategies to maintain effective...

In the past five years, NCASE has developed a wide collection of resources—including briefs, tipsheets, and toolkits— on topics that are vital in the field of school-age child care.

Families' financial, education, employment, and career needs and goals may change during emergencies and natural disasters.

Your family's financial, education, and employment needs and goals may change during emergencies and natural disasters.

Program staff members find opportunities to build relationships and support families in their work every day.

This breakout session was held during the Tribal CCDF Administrators Premeeting Event. A panel of grantees presented on how they use quality dollars to support culturally and linguistically responsive practices.

This breakout session was held during the Tribal CCDF Administrators Premeeting Event. The presentation enabled members of the current and previous New Administrator’s Cohort and current fellows from the Peer Learning and Leadership Network to share in a peer-learning opportunity.

This breakout session was held during the Tribal CCDF Administrators Premeeting Event. The presentation touched on the essentials of CCDF administration as it relates to Tribes with medium and large allocation sizes.

This breakout session was held during the Tribal CCDF Administrators Premeeting Event. During last year’s Tribal Management Institute, National Center on Tribal Early Childhood Development representatives introduced the Tribal Child Care Management Systems Framework.