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Dowsett Chantelle J., Steber Kathryn (Kate), Epstein Dale J., December, 2019
Fact Sheets & Briefs
Beginning in July 2019, all lead teachers in publicly funded centers in Louisiana are required to obtain their ECAC within 24 months of employment. The ECAC aims to provide foundational training that serves as the minimum qualification that is well-…
Johnson-Staub Christine, Sethi Shiva, January, 2019
Reports & Papers
CLASP has worked directly on implementation of the child care reauthorization with advocates and/or agencies in more than 40 states since January 2015. This report draws on our work and the lessons of others to capture the experience of states in…
Allen LaRue, Glazer Kathy, Karoly Lynn A., 22 February, 2018
Multimedia
This webinar presents findings from a report that studied ways in which to fund early care and education that is accessible, affordable for families, and of high quality. Particular focus is placed on a workforce that is well qualified and supported…
Committee on Financing Early Care and Education with a Highly Qualified Workforce, 22 February, 2018
Other
This PowerPoint presentation accompanies a webinar that presents findings from a report that studied ways in which to fund early care and education that is accessible, affordable for families, and of high quality. Particular focus is placed on a…
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (U.S.), February, 2018
Fact Sheets & Briefs
To realize the considerable potential benefits of ECE, an integrated framework of laws and policies that uses financing to bring about an accessible, affordable, and high-quality ECE system should be implemented. The financing structure should…
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (U.S.), 2018
Other
The committee's report on financing early care and education has been organized into seven chapters. Following this introduction, Chapter 2 describes the landscape of the current financing system and estimates the total funds currently invested in…
Pompa Delia, Park Maki, Fix Michael, December, 2017
Fact Sheets & Briefs
This policy brief analyses the opportunities ESSA introduced for DLLs and the ECEC workforce. It begins by setting out key demographics of the DLL population, including its rapid growth and characteristics. The brief then discusses trends in the…
Pompa Delia, Park Maki, Fix Michael, December, 2017
Executive Summary
This is a summary of a brief that focuses on the leveraging of federal funding via the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) to strengthen the early childhood education workforce and better serve young children who are dual language learners (DLLs).
Kent Adam, Macomber Jennifer, Isaacs Julia B., Vericker Tracy, Bringewatt Elizabeth H., March 2010
Reports & Papers
An overview of federally funded early childhood education and care policies and programs that serve children aged three through five, with information on health and nutrition, income security, education, housing, social service, and tax credit…
Mead Sara, December 2009
Other
An account of the process of implementation of New Jersey's full day prekindergarten through the Abbott v. Burke court decision and the expansion of school finance legislation
Gormley, Jr. William T., June, 2008
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A summary of a study of the impacts of Oklahoma's publicly-funded, universal prekindergarten program on the early reading, writing, and math skills of Hispanic students in Tulsa, Oklahoma
Ewen Danielle, Matthews Hannah, October, 2007
Other
An examination of school districts' use of Title I funding for early education and kindergarten and the impact of the No Child Left Behind Act on this funding
Ludwig Jens, Miller Douglas L., 2005
Reports & Papers
An analysis of Head Start funding to identify the program?s effects on health and schooling among low-income young children
Schumacher Rachel, Irish Kate, Greenberg Mark H., 2003
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A a short history of federal child care policy and a discussion of the limitations of voucher-only systems as they relate to low-income families.
Schumacher Rachel, Irish Kate, Greenberg Mark H., 2003
Reports & Papers
A study of the use of contracting by child care state administrators in 24 statesto shore up child care choices for low-income families in 2002