Quality Improvement

Quality improvement systems focus on improving the quality of child care in all settings through quality rating and improvement systems and other quality improvement initiatives. The following resources provide information on common elements of quality improvement systems, including system planning and implementation; outreach, consumer education, and consumer engagement; provider supports and financial incentives; quality assurance and monitoring; and evaluation.

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This peer-learning breakout allowed participants to discuss issues pertaining to licensing.

El propósito de este informe es ilustrar cómo el CCDF cubre las necesidades de las familias trabajadoras de bajos ingresos con prácticas prometedoras para el tiempo fuera de la escuela, relatando las experiencias de los padres en su propia voz.

This session featured panelists from the Cook Inlet Tribal Council discussing their...

This is a series of fact sheets about the state of quality rating and improvement systems (QRIS). Data are from the Quality Compendium, a catalog of the QRISs operating in the United States.

This fact sheet summarizes information from the Quality Compendium about the data systems for QRISs that are currently operating in the United States. Forty-three QRISs (98 percent) report that they have data systems.

This fact sheet updates the participation fact sheet from 2017 and summarizes information from the Quality Compendium on program participation in 2019 by program type and quality level. This document also summarizes the types of data that QRISs collect on child demographics.

This fact sheet provides a descriptive analysis of information gathered from the 2019 Quality Compendium and details special needs and inclusion practices in all 44 QRISs, categorized by program type.

This fact sheet provides a descriptive analysis of data from the Quality Compendium about how technical assistance (TA) was carried out across QRISs operating in the United States in 2019. It includes information about the following:

This plenary session was held during the Tribal CCDF Administrators Event during the Full TSTAM Audience 1st Event. This plenary session provided participants with an in-depth look at how to implement the Tribal Child Care Management Systems Framework into their CCDF program.

Program staff members find opportunities to build relationships and support families in their work every day.