Informing Child Care Consumers

90 resources found.
Filter By

This document describes the requirements for posting aggregate data and provides an example of how states and territories can display the aggregate number of serious injuries, deaths, and instances of substantiated abuse in child care on their...

This toolkit was designed to help states, territories, and Tribes develop an effective c...

If you want your target audience to visit your consumer education website and use the key information and resources it provides, you must ensure that they know about it....

The Child Care State Capacity Building Center (SCBC) has published a series of guides, tools, and webinars to help states and territories create and maintain effective and family-friendly child care consumer education websites.

The child care consumer education website can be a powerful tool to communicate with families, child care providers, and other stakeholders. This webinar explores ways CCDF Lead Agencies can leverage their consumer education website as a communication tool.

Continuous quality improvement is essential for a successful, user-friendly website. To make well-informed, thoughtful improvements to your consumer education website, you should leverage the power of data.

Effective child care consumer education websites ensure that information about child care is easily accessible and transparent, providing families with the information they need to make informed child care decisions and engage in the development of their children—both at home and in child care...