Provider Supports for Quality Improvement

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This tool provides an assessment framework for policies and practices at the local, state, and regional levels. It ensures that they support access to high- quality family child care (FCC) options.

This tool can assist states, territories, and tribes in:

This brief is a resource for local, regional, and state stakeholders invested in engaging family child care (FCC) and family, friend, and neighbor (FFN) providers in quality improvement initiatives and supporting this sector of the early childhood professional community.

Given the growing recognition of family child care as a significant sector of the early care and education field, there is a need for understanding effective quality improvement approaches that encourage provider participation in regulatory systems and quality improvement initiatives.

This guide provides general information for those beginning to administer or oversee American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) CCDF programs, bringing together the technical and practical aspects of AI/AN CCDF administration. References to specific federal regulations and guidance documents

This webinar, held Sept. 26, 2017, introduced three new resources from the National Center on Early Childhood Quality Assurance that focus on building the supply of high quality family child care through staffed family child care (FCC) networks.

This technical assistance manual provides key considerations and questions necessary to implement Family Child Care (FCC) networks. It will guide leaders who wish to support the FCC provider community with staffed networks.

This brief includes a description of family child care (FCC) networks. It also outlines a well-informed strategy for supporting high-quality family child care:

The Family Child Care Network Cost Estimation Tool (CET) is designed to assist State, regional and local organizations in better understanding the costs associated with operating a staffed family child care (FCC) network.

This brief provides an overview of strategies that States and Territories can employ to promote and strengthen business practices and leadership in early childhood settings.

This issue brief aims to assist CCDF Administrators and their partners in their work to support license-exempt family child care (FCC) homes. In addressing the unique needs of exempt FCC homes, States and Territories can better support the children in their care and their families.