Leadership and Coordination

Leadership and coordination are essential to supporting and encouraging collaboration among the state and federal public agencies that provide early and school-age care and education. The following resources provide information about program governance, building partnerships, and engaging stakeholders.

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This document includes key steps for creating successful partnerships.

Current collaboration efforts are driven increasingly by the need to provide coordinated services to children and families through responsive Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) policies, professional development, and quality improvement efforts that facilitate collaboration and allow...

The Strategic Planning Tool for Engaging External Stakeholders has been designed to organize the process of identifying and engaging stakeholders.

This resource is intended to provide an understanding of various conflict response styles and theories. It also includes an activity to help groups identify their collective conflict response styles.

This resource is intended to provide an understanding of various decision making styles that can aid with effective communication.

After an emergency or disaster, communities have to recover from the damage left behind by the event.

This document contains a list of links to State emergency preparedness and response guides, as well as links to state and national trainings on emergency preparedness and response topics.

This document provides contact information and links to the Emergency Management Agency in States and Territories across the United States.

Early childhood/school-age coordination plans and designated entities responsible for program coordination within a State/Territory can help Child Care and Development (CCDF) Lead Agencies better coordinate funds and service delivery.

A primary goal of the Office of Child Care is to help early childhood programs support children's healthy growth and development. This goal becomes especially important in the event of a major disaster or emergency, as children are among our most vulnerable populations.