2016 Quality Investments: How to Use Administrative Data and Other Sources to Evaluate What is Working
The National Center on Early Childhood Quality Assurance and its partners will host a three-part webinar series titled Quality Investments: How To Use Administrative Data and Other Sources To Evaluate What Is Working. The series will examine evaluation options and implementation strategies to help States and Territories identify the resources, data sources, and costs associated with evaluating quality initiatives, with a particular focus on evaluation related to Child Care and Development Fund quality activities. The webinars will be held on March 24, April 21, and June 2 from 3:00 to 4:30 p.m. eastern daylight time (EDT).
The webinar series is supported by the BUILD Initiative, Child Trends, and the Child Care State Capacity Building Center. The webinars will be facilitated by Child Trends researchers who have experience working with diverse States on a variety of evaluation and research projects examining quality initiatives.
Participants are encouraged to sign up for all three webinars but are also welcome to sign up for only one or two of them as their schedules permit. Click on the session(s) below to find more information about each session.
Who Should Attend?
This webinar series will benefit an array of audiences, including State child care administrators, quality rating and improvement system administrators and implementation partners, professional development administrators and higher education staff members, Head Start collaboration directors, prekindergarten administrators, early intervention and other early childhood special education staff members, child care resource and referral organization staff members, and others who support early learning for young children.