What can States Do?

States are increasingly taking responsibility for addressing the need for high-quality early education programs— now engineering policies for blending funding streams, standardizing reimbursement policies, designing professional development systems, and setting quality standards. Facilities, the physical places that house early care and education programs, are a key “infrastructure” issue that states have either begun to address or will need to address as they build an early care and education system. Learn more about what some states are doing to support the early learning infrastructure in the National Institute for Early Education Report titled “Building Early Childhood Facilities, What States can do to Create Supply and Promote Quality”. DOWNLOAD REPORT
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