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NSECE webinar: Defining type of care in the NSECE
Datta, A. Rupa, 26 January, 2017
Chicago, IL: NORC

This webinar discusses type of care definitions as related to those used in the National Survey of Early Care and Education (NSECE) data files, particularly the Household Survey, the Center-Based Provider Survey, and the Home-Based Provider Survey. It presents a brief overview of the NSECE design, which provides researchers with some flexibility in defining type of care for various analyses. Similarities and differences in types of care across data files are also addressed.

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Supporting school-age children in family child care interactive webinar
Bredin, Siobhan; Adams, Michele; Testa, Mary Beth; et al., 05 October, 2016
Washington, DC: National Center on Afterschool and Summer Enrichment

This webinar discusses family child care providers' opportunities and challenges in serving school-age/mixed age children. It also explores the needs of and provides strategies for States, Territories, and Tribes in supporting providers.

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Expanding pre-K into community settings
Faria, Ann-Marie; Lower, Richard; Yudron, Monica; et al., 11 December, 2015
Naperville, IL: Regional Educational Laboratory Midwest

This webinar features three presentations on the expansion of pre-kindergarten into community settings. The first presenter discusses federal initiatives designed to expand pre-kindergarten programs. Next, a presenter from Massachusetts shares findings in the areas of implementation and quality from the Boston Public Schools K1 in Diverse Settings (K1DS) pilot study. Lastly, the Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP) in Michigan is featured as the third presenter describes his state's experience with pre-kindergarten program expansion within the past three years.

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Digging into the NSECE: Exploiting the potential of the household and provider data from the National Survey of Early Care and Education (NSECE): Using household and provider data to measure enrollment, usage
Datta, A. Rupa, July, 2015
New York: Child Care & Early Education Research Connections

This video presentation discusses the availability and potential uses of the non-parental care usage and enrollment data found in the National Survey of Early Care and Education's (NSECE) household and provider data files. Topics examined include: usage definition; types of variables provided; which data set to use (household or provider); considerations in choosing a data file; and advantage comparisons to using each dataset.

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Digging into the NSECE: Exploiting the potential of the household and provider data from the National Survey of Early Care and Education (NSECE): Type of care in the NSECE
Datta, A. Rupa; Connelly, Jill, July, 2015
New York: Child Care & Early Education Research Connections

This video presentation discusses definitions of specific types of care, along with samples used in the National Survey of Early Care and Education (NSECE).

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Digging into the NSECE: Exploiting the potential of the household and provider data from the National Survey of Early Care and Education (NSECE): Age of child in the NSECE
Milesi, Carolina, July, 2015
New York: Child Care & Early Education Research Connections

This video presentation examines both definition distinctions concerning age of child and types of care used in the National Survey of Early Care and Education (NSECE).

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NSECE webinar 2: Key definitions and sample characteristics
Bleckman, Johanna; Datta, A. Rupa, 18 May, 2015
(NSECE Webinar Series, Part 2). New York: Child Care & Early Education Research Connections

The second webinar uses publicly available documents to explain key definitions and sample characteristics for each of the four main NSECE data files (Household, Home-based ECE Provider, Center-based ECE Provider, classroom-assigned Center-based ECE Workforce). This webinar helps researchers beginning to work with the NSECE data understand some key characteristics of the data before they conduct analyses. (author abstract)

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NSECE webinar 1: Study design, sampling, and public release of the National Survey of Early Care and Education
Bleckman, Johanna; Datta, A. Rupa, 08 May, 2015
(NSECE Webinar Series, Part 1). New York: Child Care & Early Education Research Connections

This webinar on the National Survey of Early Care and Education (NSECE) presents an overview of the study design, a guide to the study's data files, a guide to data file documentation, and a description of the key features of each of the four main NSECE surveys, namely the household, home-based providers, center-based providers, and classroom-assigned center-based workforce surveys.

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Early care and education cost modeling
Poppick, Libbie; Stoney, Louise, 10 October, 2014
Boston: Opportunities Exchange

This webinar explains the use and benefit of cost modeling for centers of early care and education. It presents a generic cost model, focusing on revenues, expenses, and the factors that vary by quality level, affecting profit and loss. Examples of state cost models are exhibited, with particular focus on a Louisiana model. It also demonstrates the use of resultant calculations from cost modeling in the informing of policy decisions.

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Enhancing home-based care
Kreader, J. Lee; Banghart, Patti; McCabe, Lisa A.; et al., 08 June, 2011
New York: Child Care & Early Education Research Connections

This webinar contains three presentations on approaches to enhancing the quality of home-based child care experiences. The first presentation describes a program in Minnesota to fund programming to support the development of children being served by family friend and neighbor providers. The second presentation describes the Caring for Quality home visiting program in Upstate New York, designed to offer informal education to home-based providers. The third presentation describes the Community Connections project in Cook County, IL, designed to link home-based providers with public prekindergarten programs.

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Family child care networks and quality improvement in family child care homes
Bromer, Juliet; Lieberman, Eric; Moeller, Anita; et al., 30 March, 2009
New York: Child Care & Early Education Research Connections

This webinar contains three presentations on networks of support for family child care providers. The first presentation describes a study of the relationship between family child care quality and both participation in and features of funded and staffed networks of providers in Chicago. The second presentation outlines the history, characteristics, use, offerings, and direction of Massachusetts' family child care support systems. The third presentation describes the services provided to network participants in the Head Start Family Child Care Program of Jefferson County, Alabama.

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