State and Territory Administrators Meeting (STAM) 2022--ARCHIVED
These resources were presented at the 2022 State and Territory Administrators Meeting.
CCDF Plans and Monitoring
This document includes the agenda, session desciptions, and administrative meeting materials.
This resource will help you identify requirements for a valid market rate survey, approved alternative methodology, and narrow cost analysis.
This resource will help you use a planning template to prepare for gathering rate setting data and completing CCDF Plan reports.
This resource helps state administrators develop a data collection plan for rate setting data in suppport of their CCDF Plan.
This list of resources supports rate setting for a CCDF Plan.
This session explained how to use a mapping technique to document and analyze processes and cut out waste.
This resource explains how a partnership of early care and education programs working together can enable sharing staff, resources, and information.
This session provided tips and strategies to prepare for the pre-visit and onsite phases of OCC's Cycle 2 monitoring
This hub provides self-paced trainings and resources to prepare state adminstrators for monitoring visits.
Child Care Workforce
This session explored strategies to support the Infant/Toddler workforce in the provision of high-quality care.
This session focused on strategies to increase supports focused on wellness for the early childhood and out-of-school time workforce.
This session explored models, innovations, and action steps for creating apprenticeship programs to meet present and future child care workforce needs.
This resource explains how equitable access to resources and translation to support becoming a home-based child care provider can increase the supply of child care.
This session focused on initiatives that have been implemented to increase ECE workforce compensation.
This session featured lead agencies discussing their strategies and implementation processes for interstate background checks.
This resources describes FCCs, their purpose, and benefits to the national child care system.
Grants and Relief Funding
This session shared ARP stabilization grants integrity and financial accountability strategies and featured simulated STAT assessments.
This brief offers an overview of the American Rescue Plan Act and shares considerations for lead agencies on stabilization grant reporting and monitoring.
This tool supports lead agencies as they consider their fiscal and program accountability processes related to the child care stabilization grants.
This session featured state panelists sharing their grant and contract implementation approaches.
Child Care Access and Supply Building
This session explains how to use data to identify child care desrerts and strategies to build child care supply in those areas.
This resource offers an overview on child care deserts and strategies to address them.
This session explores how Lead Agencies can improve digital communication strategies.
This session explores collaborative efforts at the state and local level that support families experiencing homelessness
In this session, states explain how they engaged FCC providers, considered FCC budgets, and used cost modeling to shape supportive policies and payments.
State Highlights of Relief Funding
This resource highlights Maine’s child care plan relief funding.
This resource highlights Colorado’s child care funding strategies.
This resource highlights Georgia’s child care funding plan for CRSSA and ARP Funds.
This resource highlights Kansas’ child care relief funding plan.
This resource features a retention bonus program, funded by pandemic relief funds and recommended by Iowa's Governor's Child Care Task Force.