Staffed Family Child Care Networks
Staffed Family Child Care (FCC) networks are an important part of the child care solution for families and educators. Successful FCC networks are built on strengths-based relationships and equity and can take many forms. The materials on this page can help you understand the importance of FCC networks, how to begin or expand your FCC network, and share stories of successful implementation.
These resources describe FCC networks, cover FCC network costs, and share about the All Our Kin nonprofit and the National Study of Family Child Care networks.
This resource describes and explains the importance of staffed family child care (FCC) networks.
This brief includes a description of family child care (FCC) networks, and outlines an informed strategy for supporting high-quality family child care.
This tool assists state, regional, and local organizations in better understanding the costs associated with operating a staffed family child care (FCC) network.
This study focuses on 156 networks to map the national landscape, includes interviews with directors, and has in-depth case studies of two promising networks.
All Our Kin provides resources to help FCC providers expand their knowledge of child development and learn new strategies for supporting children and families.
This brief explores features of quality in home-based child care.
These webinars examine the in-depth factors that contribute to FCC educators' decisions to leave or stay in the field, the importance of staffed FCC networks, shared strategies for beginning or expanding FCC networks, and financing supports for FCC.
This webinar focuses on building staffed family child care networks and shared strategies for beginning or expanding family child care networks. Key elements of family child care networks were shared by panelists, along with stories of success.
This webinar explains a study that examines factors that contribute to family child care (FCC) educators’ decisions to leave or stay in the field.
In this webinar, NCECQA, All Our Kin, and Toni Porter participate in a panel discussion on the importance of staffed family child care networks.
This webinar focused on financing supports for family child care and included presentations from NCECQA partners, All Our Kin and First Children's Finance.