NCASE Resource Library
This FAQ document is designed for summer program providers that serve children from low-income families and may be interested in serving families who use child care subsidies, but are not overly familiar with CCDF.
This infographic provides useful information about the significant impact to school-age children during summer months, in the absence of quality summer programs.
Summer learning is a key solution to closing academic and opportunity gaps that affect many communities across the country.
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This resource is for program leaders to explore cost allocation. It discusses why assigning a shared cost to 2 or more programs is important. It defines key costs and provides a step-by-step guide to cost allocation.
The national core knowledge and competencies (CKC) establish agreement across programs and funding streams about what professionals need to know and be able to do in a quality program. The CKCs were developed by crosswalk of existing CKCs from states or independent organizations and then piloted.
This toolkit benefits American Indian and Alaska Native programs in supporting self and cultural identity, connection to the past, present and future and empowerment. However, it provides many useful tips for making any curriculum more culturally responsive.
This online module is designed to train program and fiscal leaders to work together. It comes with printable resources like a budget form and a game to encourage teamwork.
This resource includes a powerpoint, video and handouts that define leadership. It provides a foundational exploration of difference between leadership and management. It can be useful for emerging leaders and training and TA professionals for school-age.
This brief is the result of a collaboration between the National Centers on Afterschool and Summer Enrichment (NCASE), Early Childhood Quality Assurance (NCECQA), and Child Care Subsidy Innovation and Accountability (NCCCSIA). Thirty-three states took part in a workgroup, known as a Peer Learning Community, and found that many states work collaboratively with providers and stakeholders to
This checklist offers a way for programs to assess how well they are doing at creating and maintaining a fully inclusive program.
Based on surveys, focus groups, and interviews, this policy brief identifies how states are creating policies for developing, supporting, and monitoring Technical Assistance professionals. There are recommendations on developing: (1) common terminology; (2) standards and competencies; (3) career pathways; and (4) data and evaluation systems.
The Afterschool Alliance has developed an easy-to-use searchable database on evidence-based impacts of afterschool and summer programs.
This list is an annotated collection of materials on suspension and expulsion. It includes a robust range of policy and research overviews, reports and articles, audiovisual sources, and online materials. While it is designed for early childhood through grade 3 in Vermont, most resources are relevant for older school-age and those beyond the state of Vermont.