NCASE Resource Library
This tool kit by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, North Carolina Child Care Resource and Referral Council, and Southwestern Child Development Commission defines food insecurity and how school-age programs can support children and families that may be experiencing food insecurity.
This webinar includes panelists who share how afterschool programs are well-positioned to provide work-based learning opportunities for older youth by providing them with employment experiences in elementary school programs.
This resource from the McCormick Center for Early Childhood Leadership and the L.E.A.D. Early Childhood Clearinghouse has data on qualifications for early childhood program leaders in state-by-state profiles, with a national overview. School-age leaders can learn what their state requires of leaders in licensing, credentials, and in QRIS.
In this town-hall-style webinar from February 2, 2022, the American Camp Association (ACA), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Association of Camp Nursing (ACN) cover the latest information on the coronavirus. Panelists reviewed recent changes to CDC guidance, and current information related to testing, quarantining, and vaccination.
This issue brief by the Philadelphia Hospital and Health Care District 1199C Training and Fund explores how apprenticeships can integrate theory and practice while connecting to a college degree. It provides an in-depth look at the PA Early Childhood Education Apprenticeship Program.
This report summarizes findings from focus groups and interviews from four states (WI, MA, CA, FL) about why family child care providers enter the field, stay in the work, or leave the field.
Power to the Profession is a national collaboration to define the Early Childhood Profession for those serving children birth to age 8 by establishing a framework for career pathways, preparation, competencies, responsibilities and compensation.
These tools offer individuals the ability to look at U.S. data in specific locales to identify particular communities that will need continued support in recovery. It looks at 15 social factors organized into four themes: (1) socio-economic status, (2) household composition, (3) race/ethnicity/language, and (4) housing/transportation.
The Help Kids Recover website offers important information about federal stimulus funding available through the American Rescue Plan including the funding apportionment per state, examples of how states are using recovery funding, examples of partnerships in action at different levels (e.g., state, school district, school), contacts for afterschool state networks, and evidence-based strategies.
This report provides an overview of policies for Home-Based Child Care (HBCC). Child Trends scanned all 50 states and D.C. to explore HBCC policies on licensing, subsidy, QRIS, and funding. The goal of the report is to highlight states that might be good case studies for supportive policies for HBCC.