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Leadership and Coordination

Leadership and coordination are essential to supporting and encouraging collaboration among the state and federal public agencies that provide early and school-age care and education. The following resources provide information about program governance, building partnerships, and engaging stakeholders.

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Watch this brief overview of the Parent, Family, and Community Engagement Framework for Early Childhood Systems and related resources for Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) Lead agencies, their disseminating networks, state administrators,...

This webinar provides information to state and territory Lead Agencies concerning the distribution of phase two supplemental...

This webinar for CCDF Administrators addressed the role of federal, state, and local agencies in responding to COVID-19. It included public health resources, CCDF resources, and a discussion of flexilibility in CCDF spending, waivers, and frequently asked questions.

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Trabajar con los padres para acceder y mantener los subsidios de cuidado infantil es importante para el éxito de los programas de Asociación EHS-CC.

This new practice brief from NCASE explores the ways that Lead Agencies can play a significant role in mitigating the challenges for low-income working parents who need school-age child care.

This webinar covered the fundamentals of program integrity and an overview of what program integrity is in CCDF, why it’s important, and the benefits of increasing program integrity strategies in the child care program. Specific topics presented and discussed included:

This presentation outlines the role of innovation in early child care using three case studies. The resource shares unique challenges in child care and shares six field innovations.

This presentation outlines the Burrell Behavioral Health IMPART Program’s primary goal on providing behavioral health and recovery services to keep...