Finance Reform Learning Community National Conference Call Archive — Alliance for Early Childhood Finance

Finance Reform Learning Community National Conference Call Archive

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  • What are the Benefits and Challenges of the Emerging Models for Governance of Early Care and Education Services/Systems in the States?
    Conference call held on Thurs., January 25th, at 3:00 p.m. (Eastern Time).
  • Conference Call Notes
ECEGovernanceCall_Notes_2007
  • Other Resource Materials
ECEGovernanceCall_Resources_2007
  • Georgia
ECEGovernanceCallResources_GA_2007
  • Pennsylvania
ECEGovernanceCallResources_PA_2007
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  • Can Tax Strategies Help Promote and Finance Quality Early Care and Education Services?
    Conference call held on Mon., November 13, 2006 at 3:00 PM (Eastern Time).
  • Conference Call Notes
TaxStrategiesCall_Notes_2006
  • Other Resource Materials
TaxStrategiesCall_Resources_2006
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  • New Partnerships: Child Care and Regional/Transportation Planning
    Conference call held on Thurs., September 28, 2006 at 3:00 PM (Eastern Time).
  • Conference Call Notes
ECETransportationCall_Notes_2006
  • Other Resource Materials
  • Child-related Transportation Funding Matrix created by Karena Pushnik, Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission – June 2005
ECETransportationCall_FundingMatrix
  • Transportation Child Care Slides
ECETransportationCall_Slides
  • Smart Growth, Livable Communities, Sustainable Development and Transit-oriented Development compiled by Kristen Anderson
ECETransportationCall_TODSources
  • Flyer from, “Planning for Child Care in California” written by Kristen Anderson
ECETransportationCall_PlanningFlyer
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  • The Role of Unions in Early Care and Education: Challenges and Opportunities
    Conference call was held on April 27, 2006 at 3:00 PM. (Eastern Time).
  • Conference Call Notes
UnionsECE_Call_Notes_2006
  • Other Resource Materials
UnionsECE_Call_Resources_2006
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  • Using Economic Development Policy to Strengthen Quality Child Care
    Conference call was held on Tues., May 24, 2005, at 3:00 PM (Eastern Time).
  • Conference Call Notes
EconDevECE_Call_Notes_2005
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  • Shared Service Strategies for Early Care and Education Businesses: Lessons Learned From the Field
    Conference call was held on Wed., April 13th, at 3:00 PM (Eastern Time)
  • Conference Call Notes
SharedServicesCall_Notes_2005
  • Other Resource Materials
  • What does the Term Shared Services Mean?
SharedServicesCall_Meaning
  • Collective Management of Early Childhood Programs: Approaches that Aim to Maximize Efficiency, Help Improve Quality, and Stabilize the Industry. Stoney, Louise (2004) – Smart Start’s National Technical Assistance Center and Cornell University Linking Economic Development and Child Care Research Project.
SharedServicesCall_CollectiveManagementReport
  • Shared Services Strategy For Child Care Centers. Soller, P. (2004) – Powerpoint presentation on what early care and education can learn from the private sector about marketing shared services.
PowerPoint Presentation SharedServicesCall_Presentation
  • Child Care Ventures (2005) Centralized Services Project Survey
SharedServicesCall_SurveyHandout
  • Kinderstreet Cost Assessment Model
www.kinderstreet.com
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  • Using Child Care Economic Impact Studies to Support Change: Lessons From the Field
    Conference call was held on Tues., December 7th, at 3:00 PM (Eastern Time)
  • Conference Call Notes
UsingEconImpactStudiesCall_Notes_2004
  • Other Resource Materials
UsingEconImpactStudiesCall_Resources_2004
  • Links to internal resources in the above document:
  • Powerpoint presentation on the findings of Vermont’s study.
PowerPoint Presentation UsingEconImpactStudiesCall_VermontPPT
  • The Vermont Child Care Planning Guideline. This was developed to help municipal/regional planners address the new child care planning goal – added to Vermont State Statutes as part of the Governor’s Jobs Bill in 2002.
UsingEconImpactStudiesCall_VermontGuide
  • Social Math Example: Provides a pictorial comparison of the # of child care workers in the county versus other industries.
UsingEconImpactStudiesCall_SCSocialMath
  • Theory of Change for the Local Investments in Child Care Project (LINCC)
UsingEconImpactStudiesCall_SCLINCC
  • Child Care in Our Communities – Article by David Foster of Santa Cruz for the National Planning Commissioners Journal, Summer 2004
UsingEconImpactStudiesCall_ChildCareCommunities
  • New Findings, Methods and Strategies for
    Increasing Economic Investments in Early Care and Education.
    Dana E. Friedman, Ed.D.Early Childhood Funders’ Collaborative (2004).
UsingEconImpactStudiesCall_FriedmanArticle
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  • Costing Out Early Care and Education
    Conference call was held on Mon., July 19, 2004 at 3:00 PM (Eastern Time)
  • Conference Call Notes
CostingOutECE_Call_Notes_2004
  • Other Resource Materials
CostingOutECE_Call_Resources_2004
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  • Paid Parental Leave Policy: An Infant Care Strategy
    Conference call was held on Thurs., April 29, 2004 at 12:00 PM (Eastern Time).
  • Conference Call Notes
PaidFamilyLeaveCall_Notes_2004
  • Other Resource Materials
PaidFamilyLeaveCall_Resources_2004
  • Links to internal resources in the above document:
  • State Paid Leave Initiatives in the 2002-2003 State Legislatures: Making Family Leave More Affordable
PaidFamilyLeaveCall_StateRoundUp
  • What is At-Home Infant Care (AHIC)
PaidFamilyLeaveCall_AtHomeInfantCare
  • At-Home Infant Care: A Side-by-Side Comparison of Federal and State Initiatives
PaidFamilyLeaveCall_AtHomeInfantCareChart
  • Fast Facts – Employers, Family and Medical Leave, and the Bottom Line
PaidFamilyLeaveCall_FastFacts
  • About California’s New Paid Family Leave Law
PaidFamilyLeaveCall_PaidFamilyLeave
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