- About the National Center on Early Childhood Quality Assurance
- Building A Coordinated System of Support for Family Child Care: Lessons Learned from Philadelphia
- CCDF Health and Safety Requirements Briefs
- Coordinated Monitoring Systems for Early Care and Education - provides an overview of monitoring and the major early care and education monitoring systems. It offers possible goals for a coordinated monitoring system and describes some approaches to addressing those goals. It also describes 11 dimensions that are important to consider in planning monitoring coordination efforts and highlights the efforts of two states, Ohio and Rhode Island, that are working to coordinate their early care and education systems.
- EHS-CC Partnership
- Lack of Child Care Rating Systems Leaves Parents in a Bind
- Looking into Family Child Care - a set of online learning modules, was designed for agency supervisors to use as a guide in training staff members to more deeply understand their work within the family child care setting and to more fully support family child care providers.
- Mapping the Early Care and Education Monitoring Landscape provides tools to help state/territory leaders document ECE monitoring systems, so they can more effectively plan strategies to coordinate monitoring across the various sets of regulations. The tool provides a framework and considerations to support discussions and planning of coordinated monitoring efforts.
- Monitoring in Early Care and Education
- Providing High-Quality Support Services to Home-Based Child Care: A Conceptual Model and Literature Review
- QRIS Compendium - this site can be a way to compare standards and many other features of state QRIS
- September 2016 QRIS Newsletter
- Team Action Planning Template - This action planning tool offers your team three sections to use during the course of the Peer Learning Group. The first section (in purple) allows your team to summarize the goals and priorities that your family child care (FCC) network or collaborative partnership wants to achieve during the peer learning group. The second section (in green) provides a place for your team to capture ideas and information coming out of each webinar. The last section (in gray) provides your team space to update the goals your network/collaborative partnership wants to achieve regarding access and quality for family child care over the short or long-term, as a result of this Peer Learning Group.
- Town Square - Illinois portal for family child care providers