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Coordinating child care consultants: Combining multiple disciplines and improving quality in infant/toddler care settings
National Infant & Toddler Child Care Initiative (U.S.), August, 2010
Washington, DC: National Infant & Toddler Child Care Initiative.

A presentation of recommendations for a framework for the coordination of access to early education consultants by infant and toddler caregivers

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Designing quality rating and improvement systems inclusive of infants and toddlers
National Infant & Toddler Child Care Initiative (U.S.), May, 2009
Washington, DC: National Infant & Toddler Child Care Initiative.

A description of five components of high-quality quality rating and improvement systems (QRIS), including information on standards, accountability measures, support for practitioners, financial incentives, and parent incentives

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Infant/toddler specialist network factsheet
National Infant & Toddler Child Care Initiative (U.S.), March, 2010
Washington, DC: National Infant & Toddler Child Care Initiative.

A description of state-level infant/toddler specialist networks (ITSN), coordinated systems of caregiver consultant services by infant and toddler specialists, in 23 states

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Promoting local partnerships between child care and Early Head Start: Ideas for state leaders
National Infant & Toddler Child Care Initiative (U.S.), August, 2011
Washington, DC: U.S. Office of Child Care.

The following information is intended to outline specific State policy choices that impact how easy or difficult it is to develop a formal partnership agreement between child care providers and EHS grantees. It is organized according to the key functions of a comprehensive State early childhood system (as defined by a group of national organizations and individuals who make up the Early Childhood Systems Working Group): Define and coordinate leadership; Finance strategically; Enhance and align standards; Create and support improvement strategies; Recruit and engage stakeholders; and Ensure accountability. Additional information and technical assistance regarding this system framework is available on the Build Initiative website. In this brief, each section includes: (a) basic background, (b) strategies to consider, and (c) an example of implementation in early care and education. (author abstract)

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