227. Using New National Early Care and Education Data to Support Design, Planning and Implementation of QRIS

Date: Thursday July 16, 2015
Time: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: Baltimore 4
Speakers: Ivelisse Martinez-Beck, Office of Planning, Research & Evaluation
Bobbie Weber, Oregon State University
Marty Zaslow, Child Trends and the Society for Research in Child Development

The National Survey of Early Care and Education (NSECE) is a goldmine of new information about multiple facets of the early care and education landscape. This session will focus on the findings from the NSECE that are most critical for QRIS administrators and implementation teams including findings on centers, family child care, and the workforce. The presentation will be non-technical. Links will be shared to NSECE resources that can be used for non-technical audiences. The presentation will be interactive and allow for questions and discussion.

Resources: application/pdf iconSession227PPTasPDF.pdf