18 research outputs found

    Reforming Juvenile Justice through Comprehensive Community Planning

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    Comprehensive Community Planning is a model that emphasizes prevention, intervention, community-building, and a reliance on research as the basis for an approach to solving problems of youth crime. The model was tested in three pilot sites, Fort Meyers, FL, Jacksonville, FL, and San Diego County, CA. This publication details the planning process in each of these sites, the lessons learned, and the various benefits to the communities involved

    Opportunities for Reflective Practice in Early Childhood Apprenticeships

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    This resource offers insights about the components, purpose, costs and related implementation considerations needed to design a system of high-quality job-embedded support in residency or apprenticeship programs. It is intended for early childhood leaders to facilitate the design or enhancement of this critical investment for our early childhood workforce.https://educate.bankstreet.edu/bsec/1011/thumbnail.jp

    Investing in the Birth-to-Three Workforce: A New Vision to Strengthen the Foundation for All Learning

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    This report asserts that every child—regardless of race, income, or opportunity—should have consistent access to high-quality learning experiences from birth and provides a roadmap toward change at scale, including the development of residency programs and improved compensation for the infant/toddler workforce.https://educate.bankstreet.edu/bsec/1000/thumbnail.jp

    Maximizing Every Child\u27s Potential in the First 1,000 Days of Life: A Landscape Analysis

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    This report features a series of findings, supporting evidence, and bright spots that build a case for developing a stronger approach to supporting the diverse infant/toddler workforce.https://educate.bankstreet.edu/bsec/1001/thumbnail.jp

    Implementing NH ChILD: A Comprehensive Approach to Professional Learning to Reach All New Haven Early Childhood Educators

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    New Haven Children’s Learning District (NH ChILD) envisions a city where all children have access to high quality early learning experiences. In order to turn this vision into reality for the 14,800 children ages 0-8 living in New Haven, NH ChILD is working to increase the number of spaces in high quality programs while simultaneously improving the quality of early learning experiences in existing programs. The following paper outlines NH ChILD’s beliefs, commitments, and plan for action with respect to NH ChILD’s citywide efforts for in-service professional learning.https://educate.bankstreet.edu/faculty-staff/1039/thumbnail.jp

    Designing Early Childhood Educator Residency/Apprenticeship Programs: A Guide to Estimating Costs

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    This guide was created to support states, cities, and communities in understanding the design and cost considerations associated with establishing high-quality residency or apprenticeship programs for early childhood educators.https://educate.bankstreet.edu/bsec/1006/thumbnail.jp

    Investing in the Birth-to-Three Workforce: A New Vision to Strengthen the Foundation for All Learning

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    This report asserts that every child—regardless of race, income, or opportunity—should have consistent access to high-quality learning experiences from birth and provides a roadmap toward change at scale, including the development of residency programs and improved compensation for the infant/toddler workforce

    Paths Forward to Salary Parity for New York: National Models for Equity in Early Childhood Education Compensation

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    Pay parity for early childhood educators is critical to reducing turnover, improving job quality, and achieving an equitable child care system. This publication explores compensation reform nationwide and offers ideas for local and state financing options to better support the early childhood workforce and New York families.https://educate.bankstreet.edu/bsec/1013/thumbnail.jp

    Equitable Compensation for the Child Care Workforce: Within Reach and Worth the Investment

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    This brief outlines concrete ideas and innovative strategies to help advance early educator compensation at the local, state, and federal levels and, in turn, support the development and care of our nation\u27s youngest learners.https://educate.bankstreet.edu/bsec/1003/thumbnail.jp

    Establishing Early Care & Education as a Public Good

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    This brief outlines a set of guiding principles including tactical policy and advocacy actions needed to move us toward investing in early childhood education as a public good to support all children, families, and society as a whole.https://educate.bankstreet.edu/bsec/1007/thumbnail.jp
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