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Tribal Lead Agencies

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In October 2018, the Office of Child Care and Administration for Children and Families (ACF) published the revised...

This webinar focuses on tribes’ early childhood language revitalization efforts and highlights steps taken by tribes in their work to energize and extend their indigenous languages.

The Office of Child Care’s (OCC) 2018 American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) Regional Conferences brought together AI/AN CCDF grantees, OCC staff, and technical assistance providers.

The Office of Child Care’s (OCC) 2018 American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) Regional Conferences brought together AI/AN CCDF grantees, OCC staff, and technical assistance providers.

Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) Tribal Lead Agencies (TLAs) are responsible for developing and implementing policies and procedures to monitor CCDF programs and services, ensure compliance with requirements, and provide oversight of all fund expenditures.

This webinar was hosted by the National Center on Tribal Early Childhood Development  and the Child Care State Capacity Building Center in April 2018.

This document provides an overview of the work of the Office of Child Care’s National Center on Tribal Early Childhood Development (NCTECD), which provides training and technical assistance to the tribes and tribal organizations operating the federal Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF)...

The presentation provides information on monitoring requirements in the Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) final rule and focuses on the components of an effective monitoring and enforcement system. Topics include standards, policies and procedures, licensing, monitoring, and enforcement.

This fact sheet is part of a series fact sheets about the state of QRIS in the United States in 2016. It describes in detail the way in which curriculum and child assessment indicators are incorporated into QRIS.

This document highlights areas in which CCDF and Head Start and Early Head Start policies closely align and can support partnerships in tribal communities.