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Annual Meeting of the Child Care Policy Research Consortium 2014

November 12-13, 2014

The Child Care Policy Research Consortium is a national alliance of research projects sponsored by the Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation (OPRE) in the Administration for Children and Families (ACF), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The Consortium's purpose is to help ACF increase the national capacity for sound child care research, explore the latest in research findings, questions and methods, engage in problem-solving around challenging issues and questions, and identify future research needs.

The 2014 Annual Meeting of the Child Care Policy Research Consortium (CCPRC) was held on November 12 and 13, 2014, in Washington, DC. Materials for the CCPRC 2014 plenary sessions and workshops and the data workshop will be made available.

Plenaries and Workshops

Annual Meeting Overview

  • Plenary Session 1: Welcome and Opening Remarks from ACF Leadership

  • Plenary Session 2: Stability/Instability in Context

  • Workshop A-1: QI Efforts across ECE Settings: Using Data and Rapid Feedback Loops

  • Workshop A-2: Analytic Opportunities from Proposed Changes to Federal ECE Workforce Categories

  • Workshop A-3Measuring the Quality of Caregiver-Child Interactions for Infants and Toddlers

  • Workshop A-4: Measurement of Implementation: Examples from the Field

  • Plenary Session 3: ECE Quality, Continuity and Choices for Low-Income Families: Findings from the 2010 Research Partnerships

  • Workshop B-1: Methods for Conducting Research And Evaluation of System Change in a Dynamic Context

  • Workshop B-2: Early Childhood Monitoring Approaches: Thinking About Monitoring Within and Across Sectors

  • Workshop B-3: Working Credentials for Infant and Toddler Teachers and Caregivers

  • Workshop B-4: Identifying and Defining Mechanisms of Change and Outcomes Associated with the CCDF Subsidy Program

  • Workshop B-5: Nudging for Better Social Service Outcomes: Behavioral Interventions to Increase Child Care Eligibility Redetermination

  • Workshop C-1: What does it take to Support the Professional Development of ECE Providers? Answers and Remaining Questions from an Implementation Science Perspective

  • Workshop C-2: Early Childhood Partnerships: EHS, Child Welfare and Child Care

  • Workshop C-3: Assessing Early Childhood Teachers' Use of Child Progress Monitoring to Individualize Teaching Practices Project

  • Workshop C-4: Family Provider Relationships and Provider Practices to Support Family Engagement in Children's Learning and School Readiness

  • Workshop C-5: Parent Child Care Decision-Making

  • Announcements/Plenary Session 4: La Familia: A National Portrait of Hispanic Families and Early Care and Education Research Among Hispanic Families

  • Workshop D-1: The Early Care and Education Experiences of Dual Language Learners and Hispanic Children and Families: New Analyses, New Measures, Future Research

  • Workshop D-2: Engaging Home-Based Care Providers in Quality Improvement

  • Workshop D-3: New Findings on Quality, QRIS and Children's Development: Implications for Policy, Practice and Children

  • Workshop D-4:Using Administrative Data to Answer Policy Questions: Three Examples and Lessons Learned

  • Closing Plenary 5

  • Data Workshop: National Survey of Early Care and Education (NSECE) Data Workshop

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