Session 3 - 5/31/17
Using core rules for monitoring and enforcement
Key indicators or core rules determined by level of risk can be used as the basis of a differential monitoring system (altering the frequency or depth of monitoring based on level of compliance). Rules that are categorized by risk level can also be used to form a weighted enforcement system. We’ll discuss how to apply these rules to differential monitoring and weighted enforcement.
- National Center on Child Care Quality Improvement (2014). Contemporary Issues in Licensing: Monitoring Strategies for Determining Compliance.
- National Center on Child Care Quality Improvement (2014). Contemporary Issues in Licensing: Enforcement Strategies with Licensed Child Care Providers.
- Kasfir, E., & Pearce, S. (2015). 2015 Child Care Enforcement Policy Project Report. Bright from the Start.
- Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (2015). A Process for Developing Child Care Enforcement Policies: Modeled by the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning.
- Additional resources on Georgia’s child care enforcement policies