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Robinson Adele, Luedtke Eric, November, 2018
Other
This case study analyzes the two campaign efforts in Philadelphia and Santa Fe. Advocates in the two cities shared the same goal and advocated for the same financing mechanism. They operated, by contrast, in substantially different political…
Hofer Kerry G., Checkoway Amy, Goodson Barbara D., Nichols Austin, 26 July, 2018
Reports & Papers
This report describes the results of the evaluation's impact study which compares the effects of PEG on the cohort of children who entered PEG in the fall of 2016 (Year 2) versus those who entered PEG in the fall of 2017 (Year 3). All children were…
Hofer Kerry G., Checkoway Amy, Goodson Barbara D., Nichols Austin, 26 July, 2018
Executive Summary
The study compared the early academic and executive function skills for students who attended PEG classrooms in the 2016-17 school year versus the skills of students who had missed PEG's age cutoff and had not spent the year in PEG (and were just…
Stevens Katharine B., June, 2018
Fact Sheets & Briefs
After providing a historical timeline of federal early childhood education and care policies, this brief discusses federal performance partnerships in early childhood. The aim of this funding mechanism is to support states showing innovation and…
Moore Rob, June, 2018
Executive Summary
This summary of policy recommendations addresses Ohio's Step Up to Quality and ways to improve the state's child care system.
Moore Rob, June, 2018
Other
Infants and toddlers in Ohio need high-quality child care. There are nearly 400,000 working mothers in Ohio with children under age six and most use some form of child care when parents are working or for child enrichment purposes. This paper…
Education Development Center, June, 2018
Reports & Papers
Over the course of 3 years, Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC) conducted a mixed-methods evaluation of Vermont Strengthening Families (SF) Child Care Grant programs. During this time, EDC collected data via reporting forms submitted by…
Wallace Ashley, Singer Jaime, Trentelman Ben, Shooter Wynn, Escamilla Luz, 22 May, 2018
Multimedia
This webinar examines findings from a report about afterschool quality systems, based on a scan of the 50 states. The following topics are covered: quality standards, assessment tools, core knowledge and competencies, credentialing systems, and…
Wallace Ashley, Singer Jaime, Trentelman Ben, Shooter Wynn, 22 May, 2018
Other
This PowerPoint presentation accompanies a webinar that examines findings from a report about afterschool quality systems, based on a scan of the 50 states. The following topics are covered: quality standards, assessment tools, core knowledge and…
Capito Jeanna, Schmit Stephanie, Bernhard Kristin, Simar Sandy, Lee Ruth, 17 May, 2018
Multimedia
This webinar explores ways in which funding can be maximized toward increasing the supply of quality infant and toddler care. Presenters from Georgia and Minnesota share related models and funding strategies employed by their states.
Hibbard Susan, Johnson-Staub Christine, Jones-Taylor Myra, 14 May, 2018
Multimedia
This webinar discusses the increased federal investment in the Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG) and ways in which these funds can be used to improve access to and quality of child care for infants and toddlers. Collaborators present…
Bender Jenn, Boyd Zelda, Bryan Leigh Ann, Jackson Mary Beth, Adams Susan, Bernhard Kristin, Couture Jennie, Bell Christa, 01 May, 2018
Multimedia
This webinar explores ways in which states can use grants and contracts, payment rates, and financial incentives to build and sustain the supply of high quality child care. Presenters from Georgia and Kentucky share funding stream strategies that…
Bender Jenn, Boyd Zelda, Bryan Leigh Ann, Jackson Mary Beth, Adams Susan, Bernhard Kristin, Couture Jennie, Bell Christa, 01 May, 2018
Other
This PowerPoint presentation accompanies a webinar that explores ways in which states can use grants and contracts, payment rates, and financial incentives to build and sustain the supply of high quality child care. Presenters from Georgia and…
Sorenson Patricia, April, 2018
Fact Sheets & Briefs
Considering the increased funding in 2018 for child care through the Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG), this brief provides recommendations to improve access to high-quality child care in the state of Michigan.
New York City Independent Budget Office, April, 2018
Fact Sheets & Briefs
The Mayor's latest financial plan for the city speeds up the expansion of the new 3-K for All program while continuing to consolidate all of the city's early education programs -- universal Pre-K, early childhood programs formerly known as…