PDG Program Design

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Engaging providers as partners in the early learning process is imperative. This includes engaging them as co-partners in both the assessment of the needs of their communities and in planning strategically for state and community early learning strategies.

Knowing how many distinct children have been served by one or more early childhood programs and/or services is a foundational metric for a host of early childhood policy and programmatic analyses.

In early childhood, a unique identifier (UID) is an identifier used to associate children, workforce, classes, program sites, and families with their respective data.This brief will support ECIDS leaders in understanding UIDs; communicating the benefit of assigning UIDs in early childhood;...

Offers descriptions of ECIDS system design options and provides tips for having a successful ECIDS data system conversation in your state.

Engaging families as partners in the early learning process is imperative. This includes engaging them as co-partners in both the assessment of the needs of their communities and in planning strategically for state and community early learning strategies.

Preschool Development Grant Birth through Five (PDG B-5) initial grantees are required to develop program performance evaluation (PPE) plans that detail how they will self-examine the implementation, outputs, and outcomes of their PDG B-5 grant activities.

Maximize parental choice and knowledge about the state’s mixed delivery system of existing programs and providers by ensuring...

For a project to meet its goals, stay on budget, and adhere to deadlines, there must be a strong plan in place for management and accountability of project activities.

This webinar reviews Strategic Plan guidance discussed participant questions and explained the Strategic Plan crosswalk and submission process.