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Subsidy Eligibility in American Indian and Alaska Native Child Care and Development Fund Programs: Part II

This webinar was hosted by the National Center on Tribal Early Childhood Development on May 29, 2018 as part of a webinar series on subsidy administration. The webinar provides an overview of Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) subsidy eligibility for Medium- and Large-Allocation American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) CCDF grantees. Topics include CCDF continuity of care, grantee median income, and graduated phase-out.  

Infant–Early Childhood Mental Health: An Interdisciplinary Approach

This webinar provides a national overview of States’ infant early childhood mental health (I-ECMH) systems-building efforts. The essential building blocks of an I-ECMH system are presented, along with state examples, promising practices, trends, and innovations.

How to Develop and Support a Strong Afterschool & Summer Workforce

On September 14, 2017 the National Center on Afterschool and Summer Enrichment (NCASE) and the National Center on Early Childhood Development, Teaching, and Learning (NCECDTL) facilitated a webinar where participants:

Infant/Toddler Community of Practice: Sharing Initiatives from the Field

The third in a series of Hot Topics webinars, this session allows states to learn about practices used in the implementation of other states’ infant/toddler specialist networks, and explore these promising practices to identify potential opportunities for their own state's systems.

Interpretive Guides for Child Care Licensing Regulations

Interpretive guides for their child care licensing regulations generally help child care licensing staff understand the purpose of licensing requirements and the methods they should use to assess facilities’ compliance with the requirements. Child care providers can also use these guidelines to help them understand how they will be assessed during licensing inspections. This document presents information about seven States that have their interpretive guidelines on a public website.

Supporting License-Exempt Family Child Care

This issue brief aims to assist CCDF Administrators and their partners in their work to support license-exempt family child care (FCC) homes. In addressing the unique needs of exempt FCC homes, States and Territories can better support the children in their care and their families. This brief is organized into two sections: the first provides an overview of terminology, characteristics, parental preferences, and child care assistance data, and the second provides examples of several state and national initiatives to support exempt FCC.