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New Online Resource: American Indian and Alaska Native CCDF Administrators’ Resource Notebook

The National Center on Tribal Early Childhood Development (NCTECD) is pleased to share the American Indian and Alaska Native CCDF Administrators’ Resource Notebook.

The American Indian and Alaska Native CCDF Administrators’ Resource Notebook is a compilation of key resources related to the administration and implementation of the AI/AN CCDF program. This online notebook includes links to contact lists, regulations, program instructions, policy guidance, and technical assistance resources, and it covers the following topics:

·         Section 1: Introduction to CCDF Administration

·         Section 2: CCDF Contact Information

·         Section 3: CCDF Regulations and Related Resources

·         Section 4: CCDF Policy Guidance

·         Section 5: Construction and Major Renovation

·         Section 6: CCDF Application, Plan, and Plan Amendments

·         Section 7: CCDF Financial Management

·         Section 8: CCDF Reporting

·         Section 9: Grantees Operating CCDF under a Public Law 102-477 Plan

·         Section 10: Wellness.

This online notebook is intended to be a living resource. It will be updated regularly with new and revised materials, and AI/AN CCDF grantees will receive an email alerting them of any changes that have been made so that they can download the relevant materials for their own reference.

The American Indian and Alaska Native CCDF Administrators’ Resource Notebook is available via this webpage on the Child Care Training and Technical Assistance website.

For more information, please contact the NCTECD team at nctecd@ecetta.info or (877) 296-2401.

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