Resources from the 2017 Efficient and Effective Monitoring in Licensing Peer Learning Group

As States and Territories work to implement new Child Care and Development Fund requirements, many are considering how to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their licensing monitoring systems. This National Center on Early Childhood Quality Assistance Peer Learning Group (PLG) focused on five key areas of the monitoring system, over five sessions:

Assessing caseloads, improving caseload distribution, and using workload analyses data; Developing of core rules, including assessment of risk levels; Using core rules for monitoring and enforcement; Establishing inter-rater reliability and other quality assurance strategies; and Using licensing data and technology.

Click here to access the presentations and a resource library from this PLG.

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Protecting Children's Health and Safety
Monitoring and Enforcement
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