System Framework: Resource Search Results

System Framework
Resource Name Quality Indicator(s) Notes
  • PN1
    • a
    • b
    • d
    • e (pg. 2)
  • PN2
    • b
    • c (pg. 7)
While this tool from the Child Care Technical Assistance Network is designed to assess the alignment between state QRIS and personnel development systems, it is also useful for examining the personnel system and how it interacts with other initiatives.
  • PN1
    • a
    • c
    • f

This report provides considerations and examples for an integrated cross sector PD system. Principles for policy-making and essential policy areas are described on pg. 10 -13. The four policy areas are: integration; quality assurance; diversity, inclusion and access; and compensation parity. (National Association for the Education of Young Children, written by Sarah LeMoine)

  • PN1
  • PN2

This planning and implementation guide is designed to actively address the alignment and coordination of early childhood cross sector systems. It supports the use of both quality indicators for the sub-component. Guiding principles for alignment are provided on pg. 3-4. A continuum of alignment is described on. pg. 4. Consideration for developing goals and outcomes for a plan are provided on pg. 5. Considerations and steps for determining feasibility and need are provided on pg. 6-7. Selecting an alignment approach, developing, implementing and evaluating a plan are provided are provided on pg. 8-11. (National Center on Child Care Professional Development Systems and Workforce Initiatives)

  • PN1
    • f
    • g (pg. 3-1 to 3-4, Appendix 3A, Appendix 7A)
  • PN2
    • f (pg. 3-1 to 3-4, Appendix 3A, Appendix 7A)
  • PN3
    • a
    • b

This toolkit offers a comprehensive framework for designing and implementing a cross- sector personnel development system. Section Three describes the governance and financing infrastructure needed to support the system on pg. 3-1 - 3-4. Appendix 3-A - Discussion Questions on Infrastructure, Governance, and Financing of State/Territory Professional Development Systems. Appendix 7-A - Funding: Small Group Discussion Guide. (National Child Care Information and Technical Assistance Center).

  • PN2

This checklist provides useful information for CSPD plan development. The section on State TA Considerations is located on p. 5. (National Center on Child Care Professional Development Systems and Workforce Initiatives)

  • PN1
    • a
    • b (pg. 7-8)
    • c
    • d
    • f
    • g
    • h
  • PN2
    • b (pg. 7-8)

This planning guide is designed to support a state planning process that supports the development of a cross sector, integrated PD plan. The key components for consideration are the Who (characteristics and needs of learners and PD providers), the What (what learners and PD providers should know and be able to do) and the How (how PD can be organized and delivered). The entire tool is useful for this sub-component. Steps for developing a vision and focus areas can be found on pg. 3. See also, Appendix B - Recommendations for Meaningfully Involving Families in State Planning Meetings (pg. 7-8.) (National Professional Development Center on Inclusion)

Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center

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  • Chapel Hill, NC 27599-8040
  • phone: 919.962.2001
  • fax: 919.966.7463
  • email: ectacenter@unc.edu

ECTA Center is a program of the FPG Child Development Institute of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, funded through cooperative agreement number H326P170001 from the Office of Special Education Programs, U.S. Department of Education. Opinions expressed herein do not necessarily represent the Department of Education's position or policy.

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