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Publications and Reports

The Office for the Advancement of Early Care and Education, on behalf of the Policy Roundtable for Child Care and Development and the Child Care Planning Committee, oversees research and the development of reports and publications that tackle issues relating to enhancing the quality of early care and education programs.

History

Thoughtful Reflections for Future Directions: The Los Angeles County Child Care Oral History

Needs Assessment 2016

The State of Early Care and Education in Los Angeles County – Los Angeles County:  Child Care Planning Committee 20017 Needs Assessment Executive Summary

Needs Assessment 2016 Data Sheets

Capacity and Demand - Family Child Care Homes and Centers for Infants and Toddlers in Working Families of All Income Levels – 2016

Capacity and Demand - Family Child Care Homes and Centers for Preschool Children in Working Families of All Income Levels – 2016

Capacity and Demand - Family Child Care Homes and Centers for School Age Children in Working Families of All Income Levels – 2016

Subsidized Early Care and Education Capacity for Low-Income Working Families - Birth to 5 Years Old – 2016

Subsidized Early Care and Education Capacity for Low-Income Working Families - Infants & Toddlers (Birth to 36 Months) – 2016

Subsidized Early Care and Education Capacity for Low-Income Working Families - Preschool (Ages 3 to 5) – 2016

Subsidized Early Care and Education Capacity for Low-Income Working Families - School Age (Ages 5 to 12) – 2016

Elevating the Voices of Children:  The State of Early Care and Education in Los Angeles County Event Materials – March 20, 2017

Supplemental Reference Materials

LPC Local Funding Priorities – Annually, the Planning Committee is required to update the LPC Local Funding Priorities (Priorities) for submission to the California Department of Education/Early Education and Support Division.  The Priorities are used to inform future expansion as new State funding becomes available.

LPC Local Funding Priorities – FY 2017-18 – Pending Approval - The Child Care Planning Committee (Planning Committee) is delighted to provide the early care and education field with preliminary findings for the LPC Local Funding Priorities for infants and toddlers and preschool age children prepared for Fiscal Year (FY) 2017-18. The priorities are pending approval by the Board of Supervisors for submission to the California Department of Education, Early Education and Support Division (CDE/EESD) by the May 30th due date. For this FY, the priorities include the background data that is used to assign priorities using the methodology as required by the CDE/EESD and includes zip codes that do not meet the methodology for a Priority 3 assignment, yet show a gap between the number of children of income eligible families eligible for subsidized services and the availability of those services, indicated as a “3*”. Questions about the data may be referred to the Los Angeles County Office for the Advancement of Early Care and Education by sending an e-mail to sib_occ@ceo.lacounty.gov.

Needs Assessment 2011

Los Angeles County Child Care and Development Needs Assessment Data Sheets - 2013

The Los Angeles County Child Care and Development Needs Assessment 2011

2006 Child Care Needs Assessment for Los Angeles County (February 2007)

2004 Child Care Needs Assessment for the County of Los Angeles (April 2005)

Recommended Priority Areas for Future Funding: State Preschool (April 2008)

Recommended Priority Areas for Future Funding: General Child Care and Development Services (April 2008)

“Child Care Counts: An Analysis of Supply and Demand for Early Care and Education Services in the County of Los Angeles (2000)

Strategic Planning

Strategic Plan for Child Care and Development in Los Angeles County – 2013-18

Forging the Future:  The Strategic Plan for Child Care and Development for Los Angeles County (Revised December 2007)

Child Care & Head Start: Incentives, Challenges, and Models for Successful Collaboration (2001)

Building Capacity: Child Care Provider Guide

Child Care Provider Guide to Zoning, Building and Safety, Fire, Health and Licensing Regulations (July 2007)

Quality

Quality Budgets for Child Care and Development Centers (June 2008)

Cost of Quality Budget Framework for STEP (July 2007)

How Much Does Quality Child Care and Development Cost?STEP (September 2007)

Out-of-School-Time Standards for Program Quality

ECE Workforce

Career Options in Child Development

Early Care and Education Career Lattices in Los Angeles (January 2008)

California Early Care and Education Workforce Study in Los Angeles County 2006

For the Statewide Workforce Study, visit the Center for Child Care Employment at
www.iir.berkeley.edu/cscce/.

County of Los Angeles Model Compensation Scale for Child Care Workers Study (March 2005)

Final Report for the “Investing in Early Educators” Stipend Program (January 2006)

A Profile of the Family Child Care Home Workforce in the County of Los Angeles (2003)

A Profile of the Child Care Center Workforce in the County of Los Angeles (2002)

Transitions: Child Care and Development to Kindergarten

Time for School: Transitioning from Child Development to Kindergarten (Document)

Time for School: Transitioning from Child Development to Kindergarten (PowerPoint Presentation)

ECE and Child Welfare

Early Childhood Education Work Group Report from the Los Angeles County Education Coordinating Council

Children with Special Needs

Special Needs Advisory Project (SNAP): Evaluation of Child Care Capacity Building for Children with Disabilities or with Other Special Needs in Los Angeles County (June 2005)

Funding for Early Care and Education

Shrinking Investments Yield Smaller Returns - Mapping the Loss of Early Childhood Education Investment and Infrastructure in LA County During the 2008-2011 Great Recession

Funding Streams – Public Investments for Early Care and Education for FY 2016-17

Allocation and Use of State Child Care and Development Funds  in Los Angeles County (February 2008)

Recommended Revisions to CDE Child Development Funding and Regulations for Los Angeles County (April 2008)

Funding Streams:  Child Care and Development Program Operations in the County of Los Angeles - 2006-07

Major Funding Streams for Child Care and Development in the County of Los Angeles (2003)

Economic Impact

The Economic Impact of the Early Care and Education Industry in Los Angeles County (January 2008)

Office of the Advancement of Early Care and Education
of the Chief Executive Office
222 S. Hill St., 5th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90012
(213) 974-4103 Phone – (213) 217-5106 Fax
sib_occ@ceo.lacounty.gov


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