NCASE Brief: How Partnerships and Innovations Support the Increased Need for School-Age Child Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Positive outcomes are made possible through school-based and community programs supported by successful partnerships and innovations. Schools and community-based programs, including center-based child care programs and family child care programs, work together to meet the needs of families in their communities.
This practice brief shows how state-level partnerships combined with innovative practices serve to strengthen and coordinate available resources for the benefit of thousands of children and families. The brief was introduced in a NCASE webinar on February 24, 2021, that included state examples and resources from key Out-of-School Time stakeholders. You can view the webinar here.
School & Community Partnerships
Program Design and Management
Program planning and development
Office of Child Care (OCC)