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Using administrative data to address policy-relevant research questions in early care and education
Maxwell, Kelly, 21 June, 2017
Bethesda, MD: Child Trends

This webinar highlights three resources that can assist researchers in using early care and education administrative data. Additionally, it provides researchers' perspectives based on experience throughout their projects. The first resource examines the benefits of and strategies for developing collaborative partnerships with researchers and state agencies. The second resource was created to help researchers determine the feasibility of using administrative data by posing questions related to data policies and procedures, data contacts and coordination, and data usability. The third resource presents topics to consider when preparing to analyze administrative data to address child care and early education research questions.

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Focusing on the "S" in QRIS: How California is using QRIS to dive deep into early childhood systems development
Mathias, Debi, 23 May, 2017
Boston, MA: Build Initiative

This webinar examines the progression of California's quality rating and improvement system (QRIS), focusing on system functions. Topics include state and local collaboration, fiscal strategies, alignment of standards, and effective communication.

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Cradle to kindergarten: A new plan to combat inequality
Wilson-Simmons, Renee, 27 April, 2017
New York, NY: Columbia University, National Center for Children in Poverty

The authors of the recently published Cradle to Kindergarten: A New Plan to Combat Inequality join this online book discussion to share their policy proposals toward ensuring all children have access to high-quality early childhood education and care. Topics include paid parental leave, child care assistance for working families, universal early education, and Head Start programs (with increased focus on birth to age 3 services).

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BUILD Initiative's new QRIS 3.0 tools and resources
Mathias, Debi, 23 March, 2017
Boston, MA: Build Initiative

This webinar introduces a suite of resources related to quality rating and improvement systems (QRIS): (1) Tool for a Cross-Sector QRIS; (2) Finance and QRIS; (3) Toward Coherence: State Approaches to Integrating Pre-K in QRIS; and (4) Communications Strategies for Expanding Quality Rating Improvement System (QRIS): A Primer for Reaching Policy Audiences. Presenters discuss how state leaders, advocates, and stakeholders can use these tools.

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Head Start and QRIS working together for quality
Mathias, Debi, 21 March, 2017
Boston, MA: Build Initiative

This webinar discusses Head Start programs' participation in quality rating and improvement systems (QRIS). Presenters include Head Start program staff who share their perspectives and collaboration models, which involve alignment of standards (QRIS and Head Start Program Performance Standards), reciprocity, and alternative pathways.

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Identifying and assessing young dual language learners
Figueras-Daniel, Alexandra, 07 March, 2017
Washington, DC: Preschool Development and Expansion Grant Technical Assistance Program

This webinar addresses the need for identifying children who are dual language learners as early as possible, clarifying the differences between screening and assessment. Four states have existing policies related to identifying dual language learners prior to kindergarten: Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Texas. These policies are presented and compared. In addition, concerns about and recommendations for the use of Home Language Surveys are discussed, along with the use of both standardized and non-standardized language proficiency assessments for young dual language learners.

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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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Philadelphia, Nebraska and Louisiana: "Soda" taxes and tax credits
Mathias, Debi, 18 January, 2017
Boston, MA: Build Initiative

This webinar examines tax strategies that support early childhood programs/workforce in Nebraska and Louisiana, along with Pennsylvania's recently implemented Philadelphia Beverage Tax. Presenters outline each strategy in terms of its financing, advocacy, and underlying programs supported. Tax credits and strategies' connection to quality rating and improvement systems (QRIS), as well as program implementation status, are also discussed.

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Understanding the new CCDF health and safety standards and training requirements
Schumacher, Rachel, 10 January, 2017
Washington, DC: U.S. Office of Child Care

This webinar discusses the health and safety training provisions under the Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG) reauthorization. Representatives from Indiana and Oregon share how their states are implementing the new requirements.

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ED/HHS joint report on early childhood integrated data
Coffey, Missy, 10 January, 2017
Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

This webinar provides an overview of a joint policy document created to guide states in early childhood data integration. It shares best practices and resources, along with strategies and challenges involved in states' data integration efforts.

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Supporting participation for all children: Essential features of high quality inclusion: Series on high quality inclusion: Webinar #2
Winton, Pamela J., 2017
Chapel Hill, NC: FPG Child Development Institute

This webinar focuses on participation as a feature of high-quality inclusion of children with disabilities in early childhood programs. Presenters address related federal policies, including Head Start Performance Standards, along with each sector's role in ensuring young children with disabilities experience evidence-based practices that promote engagement and participation in educational settings along with their peers.

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Place, race, ACE, and the first 1000 days: New imperatives in early childhood
Cardenas-Chaisson, Angelica, 19 December, 2016
Boston, MA: Build Initiative

This webinar discusses investment approaches and potential policy solutions that address equity in terms of race and place for children in the first 1000 days of life. Presenters from Minnesota share a state policy plan framework, as well as perspectives of communities of color and American Indian communities across the state.

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BUILDing supportive communities with libraries, museums, and early childhood systems
Killins, Sherri, 15 December, 2016
Boston, MA: Build Initiative

This webinar discusses collaboration among libraries, museums, and early childhood systems in aligning efforts to promote early learning and development opportunities. Presenters from libraries and museums in Nevada, Louisiana, and Colorado share partnership strategies designed to engage young children and families.

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Place and race matter: Head Start and CCDBG access by race, ethnicity, and location
Schmit, Stephanie, 14 December, 2016
Washington, DC: Center for Law and Social Policy

This webinar provides overviews of reports regarding disparities in access to Head Start and Child Care Development Block Grant (CCDBG) funded programs among young children based on their location and race/ethnicity. Presenters also share data on neighborhood-level access to Head Start for eligible children, as well as policy implications.

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Doing something differently: Lessons learned from a case study using implementation science to guide program change
Mathias, Debi, 12 December, 2016
Boston, MA: Build Initiative

This webinar discusses implementation science and how it can guide quality improvement initiatives and inform technical assistance. Presenters explore the role of implementation teams, data and feedback loops, and infrastructure as core elements that support continuous quality improvement. A case study of Rowan University's Early Childhood Demonstration Center in New Jersey provides an example of how these core elements are incorporated within stages of implementation. Implications for program administrators and technical assistants are discussed.

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Coordinated monitoring in early care and education: Benefits and strategies
Johnson, Nina, 01 December, 2016
Fairfax, VA: National Center on Early Childhood Quality Assurance

This webinar discusses coordinated monitoring systems in early care and education and ways in which states can develop related action plans. Presenters from Ohio and New Mexico share approaches and implementation efforts in their states.

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Defining and measuring access to high quality early care and education (ECE): Overview of the Access Guidebook
Johnson, Anna D., December, 2016
Bethesda, MD: Child Trends

Child Trends staff presented an overview of the contents of the publication Defining and Measuring Access to High Quality Early Care and Education (ECE): A Guidebook for Policymakers. The authors discussed the Guidebook goals which include promoting a common understanding of ECE access and providing tools for how to measure it across different types of early learning settings. These activities were described as an essential undertaking for state and local policymakers responsible for improving access. Additionally, the webinar featured researchers from two states who have applied the access definition: Herman Knopf in South Carolina and Rachel Gretencord in Connecticut. This interactive webinar offered an opportunity to learn about and discuss how stakeholders can use the definition of access and indicators in the Guidebook to help meet the criteria for equal access to ECE in their states. The ECE Access and Choices Workgroup is supported by OPRE and administered by Child Trends. The goal of our workgroup is to provide a responsive learning community of ECE scholars and practitioners. Through quarterly webinars and occasional in-person meetings, workgroup members stay abreast of new research findings and strengthen research-policy-practice connections.

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Child Care and Development Block Grant: Opportunities and challenges created by reauthorization
Schumacher, Rachel, 15 November, 2016
Denver, CO: National Conference of State Legislatures

This webinar presents an overview of new requirements involved in the Child Care Development Block Grant (CCDBG) reauthorization, along with considerations for state legislators. Major topical areas include health and safety, consumer choices and access to information, equal access, and quality enhancement of child care and the early education workforce.

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Partnerships for Inclusion: Ensuring access to high quality evaluations and services: Series on high quality inclusion: Webinar #1
Winton, Pamela J., November, 2016
Chapel Hill, NC: FPG Child Development Institute

This webinar focuses on access as a feature of high-quality inclusion of children with disabilities in early childhood programs. Presenters address federal policy (including Head Start policies) regarding referral, screening, evaluation, and eligibility. They also discuss the Response to Intervention (RTI) framework and its relationship with the processes, pointing out misconceptions and providing resources associated with inclusive services.

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Early learning in the Every Student Succeeds Act: Expanding opportunities to support our youngest learners
Martella, Jana, 31 October, 2016
New Brunswick, NJ: Center on Enhancing Early Learning Outcomes

This webinar discusses provisions to support early learning under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Areas of particular focus include access to high-quality early learning, alignment and collaboration efforts from birth through third grade, and support of educators. Representatives from North Carolina, Colorado, and Arizona share their state's perspectives and strategies in leveraging opportunities under the ESSA.

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What can we learn about ECE arrangements in the NSECE Household Survey
Datta, A. Rupa, 21 October, 2016
Chicago, IL: NORC

The Household Survey of the National Survey of Early Care and Education includes extensive data about early care and education (ECE) arrangements used by a nationally representative sample of households in winter/spring 2012. Available arrangement-level data include: type of care, location of care, distance of care from the household's residence, cost to parents for the care, and information about the schedule of care used in a reference week. Because multiple arrangements were collected for each child and data are collected for all children under age 13 in the household, data are also available about how many arrangements each child uses, how many children in a household share an arrangement, or how many different providers a household uses. The webinar "What can we learn about ECE arrangements in the NSECE Household Survey" will provide an overview of arrangement-level information in the National Survey of Early Care and Education, including data on geography, cost, type of care, and schedule, and how to match arrangements across providers or children within a household. (author abstract)

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Effective components of successful early learning-to-kindergarten transitions
Helsel, Fiona, 14 October, 2016
Portland, OR: Regional Educational Laboratory Northwest

This webinar discusses key elements of an early learning-to-kindergarten transition which include leadership, aligned early learning, and family and community engagement. Presenters from New Jersey and Oregon highlight initiatives and specific transition strategies involved in their state's efforts to smooth the seam between preschool and third grade.

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Finding and exploring existing large-scale data to study early care and education among Hispanics
Lopez, Michael, 13 October, 2016
New York: Child Care & Early Education Research Connections

This webinar, held on October 13, 2016, was hosted by Research Connections and the National Research Center on Hispanic Children and Families and was intended to help researchers learn about several new early care and education data resources. The National Research Center on Hispanic Children and Families recently released a series of data briefs and interactive tools to facilitate the access and use of existing, large-scale data sets to examine policy-relevant questions about early care and education use among low-income Hispanic families. The webinar introduced the series of four early care and education data briefs and described data sets that were included; described the use of the interactive tools; and provided two illustrative examples of how to use the briefs and interactive tools to access the most relevant data set(s) that will best help answer researchers' questions.

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System building models discussion
Mathias, Debi, 05 October, 2016
Boston: Build Initiative

This webinar discusses the functions of an early childhood learning system using the quality rating and improvement system (QRIS) framework. It then examines the operation of these functions across sectors such as Head Start, child care, pre-kindergarten, and early intervention.

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Supporting school-age children in family child care interactive webinar
Bredin, Siobhan, 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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Advances in early childhood development
Lombardi, Joan, 20 September, 2016
The Hague, Netherlands: Bernard van Leer Foundation

This webinar features three presentations on global level issues and initiatives in the field of early childhood development, addressing the following topics: (1) implementation of the Early Childhood Workforce, a global initiative that focuses on the country system and policy level to scale-up quality services for young children; (2) financial investment in early childhood development services, including public funding and international financing trends; and (3) measurement of development in children from birth to age three at population level, including initiatives such as the Caregiver Reported Early Development Index (CREDI), the WHO Child Development Indicators Project, and the Global Child Development Group.

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The costly consequences of not being socially and behaviorally ready by kindergarten
Lipkowitz, Robyn, 15 September, 2016
Denver, CO: National Conference of State Legislatures

This webinar presents research findings from a study on the consequences that can occur when school readiness skills are lacking in the area of social-behavioral development. These consequences include grade retention, suspensions/expulsions, and receipt of support services. Presenters from Colorado discuss solutions, strategies, and policy options designed to promote readiness skills in young children prior to kindergarten.

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Building state P-3 systems: Learning from leading states
Riley-Ayers, Shannon, 12 September, 2016
New Brunswick, NJ: Center on Enhancing Early Learning Outcomes

This webinar discusses P-3 learning systems building and the role of state and local support. An overview of efforts from three states -- Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts -- is presented. Panelists discuss six themes that emerged from a related policy report: two-pronged approaches--policy and local support; new state structures and collaboration patterns; system building at regional, community, and neighborhood levels; pushing for impact; pre-K/K seam as a common starting point; and balancing oversight and local flexibility.

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High-quality early learning for dual-language learners: Moving from research to policy to practice
Calderon, Miriam E., 08 September, 2016
Fairfax, VA: National Center on Early Childhood Quality Assurance

This webinar discusses approaches to early learning development standards designed to better serve children who are dual-language learners. Presenters from three states (Washington, California, and South Carolina) share efforts to improve program standards, assessment design and implementation, and professional development.

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Early childhood workforce development
Costalas, Anna, 07 September, 2016
Silver Spring, MD: Association of University Centers on Disabilities

This webinar discusses the role of early childhood workforce professional development in the area of support for young children with disabilities via inclusion. Presenters explore ways in which inclusion practices and principles can be embedded into professional development and share examples of aligning standards and practices within several states.

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Forward thinking: Redesigning QRIS with a focus on leadership
Mathias, Debi, 01 September, 2016
Boston: Build Initiative

This webinar examines components of administrative and pedagogical leadership and ways in which related standards can be embedded into quality rating and improvement systems (QRIS). Topics discussed include assessment, training/technical assistance, and program support for early childhood center directors.

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The American Indian and Alaska Native Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey: Study progress and selected findings from the first national study of Tribal Head Start programs
Godfrey, Angie, September, 2016
Washington, DC: U.S. Administration for Children and Families, Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation

This webinar provides a brief overview of the American Indian and Alaska Native Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey (AI/AN FACES), including study planning, design, and features. Initial findings based on child assessments, parent surveys, and teacher reports are presented from the Fall 2015 data collection, representative of Region XI Head Start programs run by tribal communities.

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Between deposit and release: Research Connections and your data
Bleckman, Johanna, 18 August, 2016
New York: Child Care & Early Education Research Connections

One way that Research Connections promotes secondary research and policy making is by performing data processing and enhancement on deposited research data in order to add value to data by making them easier to use for secondary analysis. The purpose of this video is to describe the process of archiving data with Research Connections and understand Research Connections' role in archiving your data. Viewers will: (1) Discover the benefits of contributing your research data to the Research Connections data archive. (2) Understand the ICPSR "pipeline" for processing and enhancement and the steps that Research Connections performs on your data before releasing a study on the Research Connections website. (3) Learn data management tips and techniques that can be incorporated into your research project to facilitate a smooth transition to the Research Connections archive at project completion.

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Early learning systems building: Leveraging Child Care Resource and Referral
Hamilton, Darlene, 02 August, 2016
Fairfax, VA: National Center on Early Childhood Quality Assurance

This webinar discusses the role of Child Care Resource and Referral services in building early learning systems, along with trends at both the state and local levels. Alignment of goals between Child Care Resource and Referral services and quality rating and improvement systems (QRIS) are examined, based on state survey reponses regarding changes in types of services provided to support QRIS goals. Representatives from New Hampshire and Washington State share their states' efforts in this area.

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Preschool to kindergarten: Successfully navigating the transition
Caverly, Sarah L., 02 August, 2016
Austin, TX: Regional Educational Laboratory Southwest

This webinar examines the research on the transition to kindergarten and considers transition practices that districts are implementing. Focus is on family engagement and the relational roles of families, schools, and communities.

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Why understanding the costs of preschool quality is important: A webinar for Preschool Development Grantee states
Connors-Tadros, Lori, 19 July, 2016
New Brunswick, NJ: Center on Enhancing Early Learning Outcomes

This webinar provides a demonstration of the Cost of Preschool Quality (CPQ) tool, an Excel-based model that can be used to calculate data to estimate the cost of providing and expanding high-quality preschool. A representative from Indiana shares how her team has utilized this model to determine costs of expanding access to high-quality preschool in both rural and urban areas of the state.

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Setting up families for success: Advancing an advocacy framework for low-wage working parents & their children
Hooper, Amanda, 19 July, 2016
Washington, DC: National Women's Law Center

This webinar examines the relationship between work schedule instability and child care access for low-wage working parents. Presenters discuss federal (Schedules That Work Act), local, and private sector models, as well as policy recommendations intended to support family economic security.

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Coordinating early childhood data policies: Opportunities for states
King, Carlise, 19 July, 2016
Bethesda, MD: Early Childhood Data Collaborative

This webinar explores opportunities for states to expand data coordination under the Child Care and Development Block Grant Act of 2014. Presenters discuss strategies related to proposed Head Start standards and ways in which to leverage the Every Student Succeeds Act to build birth to third-grade data systems.

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Equity starts early: Strategies to consider in promoting high-quality early education
Poppe, Julie, 30 June, 2016
Denver, CO: National Conference of State Legislatures

This webinar examines five action steps states can take to prevent achievement gaps in the early learning years, based on a report from the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) which identified relevant key policy areas. Presenters from Louisiana and West Virginia share their states' framework and efforts in state-wide implementation to ensure kindergarten readiness for all children.

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State roles in the new Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership grant opportunity
Cobb, Gerry, 30 June, 2016
Boston: Build Initiative

This webinar explores possibilities for states to support infants and toddlers through the Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership grant, focusing on the grantee role and non-grantee support. Presenters from Alabama, Georgia, Washington D.C., and Washington State share their models for providing structure to and implementation of this federal initiative.

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Development and implementation of quality rating and improvement systems (QRIS) in Midwest Region States
Mathias, Debi, 27 June, 2016
Boston: Build Initiative

This webinar provides a summary of findings from a recently released Regional Education Laboratory (REL) Midwest report, based on the following research questions: (1). How did the Race to the Top-Early Learning Challenge process influence REL Midwest Region states' implementation of QRISs? (2). How did REL Midwest Region states incorporate direct observations of quality into their QRISs? (3). How did REL Midwest Region states incorporate alternate pathways to ratings within their QRISs? (4). How did REL Midwest Region states financially incentivize providers to participate in their QRISs, including the use of tiered subsidy reimbursement? The study focuses on the states of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin.

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State spotlight: Early childhood integrated data system: Vermont Insights
Cochenour, Missy, 22 June, 2016
Washington, DC: National Center for Education Statistics, State Support Team

This webinar discusses Vermont's early childhood integrated data system and features a tour of Vermont Insights, an online interactive site that allows users to access publicly available early childhood data to create tools, reports, and other resources.

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Using community assessment to advance cultural competence and racially equitable outcomes for young children and their families
vonBargen, Nancy, 10 June, 2016
Fairfax, VA: National Center on Early Childhood Quality Assurance

This webinar discusses ways in which State, Territory, and Tribal leaders and program directors can use community assessment data to promote equity in early care and education programs and services. Case studies around transportation and workforce are presented to demonstrate how Head Start's Five Steps to Community Assessment framework can be used in various situations to identify new or underserved populations, and ultimately develop data-based strategic plans toward equitable care and education of young children.

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Quality investments: How to use administrative data and other sources to evaluate what's working [Session 3]
Hamilton, Darlene, 02 June, 2016
Fairfax, VA: National Center on Early Childhood Quality Assurance

This webinar examines considerations involved in the interpretation and sharing of quality initiative evaluation findings. Presenters discuss both data analysis strategies and communication strategies for disseminating results to providers, parents, policymakers, and funders. Examples from Indiana and Minnesota demonstrate the process by which evaluation results inform practice and policy.

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Summer learning: Promising practices and innovation strategies
Schleyer, Kathy, 02 June, 2016
Washington, DC: National Center on Afterschool and Summer Enrichment

This webinar discusses promising practices for and examples of high-quality summer learning programs. Presenters also share resources pertaining to program quality and improvement, as well as policy and funding.

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Inclusion for young children with special needs in child care: What the field needs to know at a federal, state & local level
Rausch, Alissa, 01 June, 2016
Chicago: Ounce of Prevention Fund

This webinar discusses inclusion services for young children with special needs in terms of quality, access, participation, and support. Presenters examine current policy opportunities and strategies designed to improve and expand high-quality inclusive services.

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State preschool programs: Annual yearbook update
Weyer, Matt, 26 May, 2016
Denver, CO: National Conference of State Legislatures

This webinar discusses key findings from the 2015 State of Preschool Yearbook, providing an overview of select results from states and national trends in the areas of access/enrollment, state funding, and quality standards. Also examined are policies to support dual language learners and the preschool workforce, based on supplemental surveys added this year.

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The role of child care subsidies in the lives of low-income children
Moore, Kristin A., 25 May, 2016
(Emerging Scholars Webinar No.15). Washington, DC: U.S. Administration for Children and Families, Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation

This webinar is hosted by the Self-Sufficiency Research Clearinghouse (SSRC), an initiative of the Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation (OPRE). Presenters discuss the role of child care subsidies in terms of enhancing low-income children's development and school readiness, in addition to supporting parents' employment goals.

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Early childhood teacher education policies: Research review and state trends
Martella, Jana, 05 May, 2016
New Brunswick, NJ: Center on Enhancing Early Learning Outcomes

This webinar provides an overview of recent research on early childhood teacher education and credentials, along with trends in state prekindergarten policies. Presenters discuss implications for state policy and recommendations for moving forward.

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Planting seeds in fertile ground: Steps every policymaker should take to advance infant and early childhood mental health
Oser, Cindy, 28 April, 2016
Washington, DC: Zero to Three

This webinar discusses strategies for states to consider in the supporting of infant and early childhood mental health. Areas of focus include cross-agency leadership, Medicaid payments, prevention through consultation, workforce training, and public awareness promotion.

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