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New Resources about Staffed Family Child Care Networks

Staffed family child care (FCC) networks are a promising strategy that states, territories, and tribes can use to improve quality of care, engage family child care providers, and support provider participation in regulatory systems and quality improvement initiatives. Networks offer providers opportunities to develop a continuing long-term professional relationship with a network coordinator or FCC specialist and a place to connect with other providers.

The National Center on Early Childhood Quality Assurance has three new resources to help you to learn more about them: