"Improving the quality of care for children of the Central Valley"
 

California State Organizations

   0   0

CALIFORNIA STATE ORGANIZATIONS

  • The California Budget Project (CBP) serves as a resource to the media, policymakers, and state and local constituency groups seeking accurate information and analysis of a range of state policy issues.

  • Dedicated to enhancing the quality of child care, this program’s site offers the Child Care Health Connections newsletter, training curricula, resources and publications (including Health and Safety Notes), as well as the Child Care Health-line for telephone consultation on health and safety in child care.

  • The California Child Care Resource and Referral Network (Network) is the oldest, most well-established system of child care Resource and Referral (R&R) agencies in the United States.

  • The CACCWRC, a project of the Center for the Child Care Workforce, is committed to improving child care quality by upgrading the compensation, working conditions, and training of child care teachers and family child care providers in California.

  • The California Children and Families Act of 1998 is designed to provide, on a community-by-community basis, all children prenatal to five years of age with a comprehensive, integrated system of early childhood development services.

  • This is the official site of the California Department of Education. Included inside are press releases, recent reports, parent and teacher resources, budget and performance data, educational demographics data, etc.

  • This website posts the Californian budget and revisions, an overview of the California economy, and Californian financial data and statistics. Covers socioeconomic data files, population reports, also included, the quarterly newsletters.

  • Official site of the California Department of Social Services. CDSS’ primary goal is to aid and protect needy and vulnerable children and adults by strengthening and preserving families, encouraging personal responsibility and fostering independence.

  • The primary role of the Committee is to provide public policy recommendations to the Governor, the Legislature and relevant State Departments on child care and development, and to encourage child development policies and programs that are long range, developmentally appropriate and socially advanced.

  • Children Now is an independent, nonpartisan organization that uses research and action to improve children’s lives while at the same time helping America build a sustained commitment to putting children first.

  • This is the official website for the State of California.

  • Information about subsidized child care assistance for TANF families, families transitioning off cash assistance, and low income families. Also, information on the definitions of key terms that state TANF agencies use. Site contains explanations of policy issues and summaries of findings. In addition, gives good information for comparisons of child care subsidy in all of the 50 states.

Comments are closed.