These resources at the 2020 Virtual Tribal, State, and Territory Administrators Meeting.
Tribal CCDF Administrators Premeeting Event
These PowerPoint slides introduce the 2020 Tribal, State, and Territory Adminstrators Meeting and breakout groups. Topics include quality spending, cultural and linguistically responsive practices, grantee allocation sizes, networking, and the Tribal child care management systems framework.
The welcome, opening, and invocation of the TSTAM 2020 Tribal CCDF Administrators Premeeting day.
In this Tribal CCDF Administrators Premeeting Event session, grantees presented on how they support culturally and linguistically responsive practices.
In this Tribal CCDF Administrators Premeeting Event session CCDF administration as it relates to Tribes with medium and large allocation sizes is discussed.
In this Tribal CCDF Administrators Premeeting Event session, CCDF administration as it relates to Tribes with small allocation sizes is discussed.
In this Tribal CCDF Administrators Premeeting Event session, members of the Administrator’s Cohorts and current fellows shared in a peer-learning opportunity.
In this Tribal CCDF Administrators Premeeting Event session, we discussed how the framework and the CCDF administration management systems work together.
State and Territory CCDF Administrators Premeeting Event
These resources are from days 1, 2, and 3 of the 2020 Virtual Tribal, State, and Territory Administrators Meeting. They cover ways to carry out the Tribal child care management systems framework and work with data.
This peer-learning breakout allowed participants to discuss issues pertaining to licensing.
This peer-learning breakout allowed participants to discuss subsidy issues
This peer-learning session let states and territories successes and challenges related to the improper payments process and the enacting or upholding of program integrity skills.
This peer-learning breakout shares states experiences in implementing their comprehensive criminal background check process.
This peer-learning breakout focuses on states that have successful apprenticeship programs, higher education articulation, and online training opportunities.
This peer-learning breakout shared successes, challenges, and lessons learned from the Preschool Development Grant Birth Through Five (PDG B–5) grant.
This resource handout provides 5 key steps administrators can use to prepare the FY 2022–2024 Child Care and Development Fund Plan.
This peer-learning breakout focused on sharing challenges, practical solutions, and general strategies for developing lead agencies’ triennial CCDF Plans.
This peer-learning breakout discusses strategies and plans for returning to pre-COVID-19 pandemic practices and protocols.
Meeting Presentation Resources
Welcome and Agenda for TSTAM 2020 full-day for Tribal CCDF Administrators.
In this Tribal CCDF Administrators Event session, participants learn how to implement the Management Systems Framework into their CCDF program.
This was a panel on data-related issues in early child care: using data for decision-making, using a data trust to link data, and using data-sharing techniques.
This breakout is a high-level discussion of data-sharing strategies that CCDF lead agencies can implement among providers.
In this breakout, representatives from Texas shared how they have succeeded in finding data and in identifying partners to improve early childhood systems.
This breakout discusses data-sharing strategies that CCDF lead agencies can implement among providers, CCDF administrative programs, and other ECE stakeholders.
This event included panels on systems-building strategies, the impact of the pandemic on child care, and the consideration of opportunities for innovation.
This resource provides the agenda and information about the Virtual TSTAM Full-Day 3 workforce sessions.
This panel features an overview of strategies for social-emotional supports to assist those in the child care field, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This session features panelists from the Cook Inlet Tribal Council discussing their approach to addressing and measuring outcomes across programs at the family level.