Fundamentals of CCDF Administration
What is the CCDF?
The Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) is a federal and state partnership program supported by the Administration for Children and Families’ Office of Child Care. The Child Care and Development Block Grant Act (CCDBG) authorizes the CCDF, and the program has over $5 billion in federal funding. States, territories, and tribes with funding administer the program, and they provide financial assistance to low-income families. The program lets families access child care to attend work, training, or educational programs.
What is the Fundamentals of CCDF Administration website?
The Fundamentals of CCDF Administration website is organized into broad areas of focus to support understanding the goals of the CCDF as well as implementation of the laws that authorize the CCDF. The content is separated into eight sections to help administrators develop an integrated system of high-quality care for low-income, working families. These sections are organized by each of the fundamentals.
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How Can I Get Training on CCDF CCDF Administration?
The Fundamentals of CCDF Administration Resource Guide provides a printable version of the online tool for state and territory administrators. The guide provides in-depth information as well as links to additional resources from OCC and the national TA centers.
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