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Sarver Susan L., Huddleston-Casas Catherine A., Wessels Renee, January, 2020
Reports & Papers
In 2017, the Nebraska Early Childhood Workforce Commission came together to address how best to strengthen and expand Nebraska's early childhood workforce. The commission was a collaborative group of more than 40 public- and private-sector leaders…
Sarver Susan L., Huddleston-Casas Catherine A., Wessels Renee, January, 2020
Executive Summary
In 2017, the Nebraska Early Childhood Workforce Commission came together to address how best to strengthen and expand Nebraska's early childhood workforce. The commission was a collaborative group of more than 40 public- and private-sector leaders…
Hao Winona, May, 2020
Fact Sheets & Briefs
By April 15, 20 states had ordered child care centers to close in the wake of COVID-19, with exceptions for programs serving the children of essential workers such as health care professionals. Other states modified regulations, with some reducing…
University of California, Berkeley. Center for the Study of Child Care Employment, May, 2020
Fact Sheets & Briefs
This fact sheet provides federal and state financial relief program resources that early care and education workers may be able to access: unemployment insurance (by state), pandemic unemployment assistance, expanded paid sick leave, economic impact…
Ullrich Rebecca, 06 May, 2020
Fact Sheets & Briefs
This brief provides an overview of the UI system for child care stakeholders and considerations for state agencies and child care programs for determining how unemployment compensation can support child care workers who have lost earnings due to the…
Porter Toni, Bromer Juliet, March, 2020
Reports & Papers
The current report presents findings from qualitative interviews with a sub-sample of 47 directors of organizations drawn from the National Study of Family Child Care Networks (Bromer & Porter, 2019). Building on the results of the national…
Porter Toni, Bromer Juliet, March, 2020
Executive Summary
The current report presents findings from qualitative interviews with a sub-sample of 47 directors of organizations drawn from the National Study of Family Child Care Networks (Bromer & Porter, 2019). Building on the results of the national…
Sheridan Kathleen M., Banzer David, Pradzinski Anne, Wen Xiaoli, March, 2020
Other
Peer Reviewed
Early math success in the PreK classroom is recognized as a strong predictor of later academic success. However, many early childhood teachers report they lack the content knowledge, confidence and beliefs to deliver high quality math experiences in…
Gupta Sarika S., June, 2020
Other
Peer Reviewed
Let us consider teacher well-being in light of an EI/ECSE priority: inclusion. We know little progress has been made with the inclusion of young children with disabilities, increasing a mere 5.7% over two decades (Barton & Smith, 2015). We also…
Gallagher Kathleen Cranley, Huddleston-Casas Catherine A., 07 April, 2020
Reports & Papers
The Nebraska COVID-19 Early Care and Education Provider Survey was designed to capture the perspectives of those providing early care and education in the early days of the pandemic. The goal of the survey was to identify provider needs and policy…
Koplow Lesley, Dean Noelle, Blachly Margaret, April, 2020
Other
Emotionally Responsive Practice (ERP) is a trauma-informed approach to supporting social and emotional well-being in schools (Koplow, 2002, 2007, 2009, 2014). Developed at Bank Street College of Education, ERP teaches adults to understand children…
Szente Judit, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
This paper shares reflections on over 50 live Zoom instructional lessons with toddlers and preschoolers amid the first three weeks of school closures due to COVID-19 in the State of Florida. Reflections resulted in three themes: 1) implementing…
Sulisworo Dwi, Rohmadheny Prima Suci, Fatimah Nur, Arif Dikdik Baehaqy, Saifuddin Much Fuad, May, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
This study aims to make predictions of online learning during the COVID-19 mitigation period by using Analytic Learning Techniques. Learning is done using Moodle as the learning management system. The primary statistical technique used in this study…
Ruprecht Karen, Tomlin Angela M., Perkins Kelley J., Viehweg Stephan, March, 2020
Other
Peer Reviewed
Early care and education workers are increasingly recognizing their role in helping children who have experienced trauma, including extended parental separations due to incarceration. These children may have emotional reactions and behaviors that…
Ivrendi Asiye, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
In the world of child play, where do adults stand? What is the place of adults in children's play? These questions have been considered in the literature regarding play in efforts to provide children with ample play opportunities. This study aims to…