Developing a staffed family child care network: A technical assistance manual
The first section of this manual explores the rationale for adopting networks as a promising approach to improve FCC quality and the role of FCC in serving a range of diverse populations. The second section explores the critical components of a staffed FCC network. The third section outlines the four stages of successful network implementation -- exploration, installation, initial implementation, and full implementation. Each section is sequential but may be revisited at any time during network implementation. The appendices include a variety of resources to assist in implementing the strategies laid out in the manual. (author abstract)
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Staffed family child care networks: Improving access, quality, and sustainability