4 Staffed FCC networks: A path to access and quality: Part 2
Staffed FCC networks: A path to access and quality: Part 2
Building on the previous session where staffed family networks were introduced, additional tools for exploring technical assistance and costs of operating a network will be explored.
Jeanna Capito is a graduate of Erikson Institute, with a Masters Degree in Child Development and Infancy Studies. Capito’s work experience includes management of child care programming, Early Head Start, Head Start, Healthy Steps, Healthy Families and Department of Children and Family Services programming. Capito’s background includes the creation of community-based collaboration through social services agencies, education systems, home visiting services, public health programming and healthcare systems. Capito currently consults in areas including management support, professional development initiatives, quality infant and toddler programming and technical assistance, collaboration building, and quality rating systems components. Capito is a co-chair at the Committee level within the Illinois Early Learning Council, guiding the work of cross system committees to produce numerous recommendations focused on increasing quality, access and coordination across state systems. As the founding Executive Director of a county-wide early childhood collaborative system, Capito did local systems building work, including developing and serving on the governing board of the first suburban Educare school. email@example.com
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