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  1. 1. System Scan Findings Mariah Kornbluh, M.A University of Outreach and Engagement Michigan State University June 5, 2014
  2. 2. WHAT? What is the situation? Are there any formal or informal policies or procedures that are getting in the way of improving outcomes?
  3. 3. What? Power
  4. 4. What? Power Lack of Voice
  5. 5. What? Power Lack of Voice “Providers feel like parents know nothing. They talk at you instead of with you.”
  6. 6. What? Power Lack of Voice “Providers feel like parents know nothing. They talk at you instead of with you.” Top Down Approach
  7. 7. What? Power Lack of Voice “Providers feel like parents know nothing. They talk at you instead of with you.” Top Down Approach “Decisions are made by the party in power and may have a different view then…the community”.
  8. 8. Connections What?
  9. 9. Connections Disconnect Between Services What?
  10. 10. Connections Disconnect Between Services “The medical profession doesn’t share or refer many children to the Early Childhood community. I think this happens very often .” What?
  11. 11. What? Regulations
  12. 12. What? Regulations Policies Restricting Families from Accessing Services
  13. 13. What? Regulations Policies Restricting Families from Accessing Services “Not a lot of help available to those medium income families .”
  14. 14. What? Regulations Policies Restricting Families from Accessing Services “Not a lot of help available to those medium income families .” Lack of Standards High Quality Child Care
  15. 15. What? Regulations Policies Restricting Families from Accessing Services “Not a lot of help available to those medium income families .” Lack of Standards High Quality Child Care “There is a wide spectrum of quality between programs.”
  16. 16. What? Regulations Policies Restricting Families from Accessing Services “Not a lot of help available to those medium income families .” Lack of Standards High Quality Child Care “There is a wide spectrum of quality between programs.” Constraints in Sharing Information Across Services
  17. 17. What? Regulations Policies Restricting Families from Accessing Services “Not a lot of help available to those medium income families .” Lack of Standards High Quality Child Care “There is a wide spectrum of quality between programs.” Constraints in Sharing Information Across Services “Programs are not able to share information due to privacy restrictions. …slows down the.”
  18. 18. What? Regulations Policies Restricting Families from Accessing Services “Not a lot of help available to those medium income families .” Lack of Standards High Quality Child Care “There is a wide spectrum of quality between programs.” Constraints in Sharing Information Across Services “Programs are not able to share information due to privacy restrictions. …slows down the.” Expulsion and Suspension of Children
  19. 19. What? Regulations Policies Restricting Families from Accessing Services “Not a lot of help available to those medium income families .” Lack of Standards High Quality Child Care “There is a wide spectrum of quality between programs.” Constraints in Sharing Information Across Services “Programs are not able to share information due to privacy restrictions. …slows down the.” Expulsion and Suspension of Children “Zero tolerance policies leave too much interpretation …children who may need increased supports are being removed.”
  20. 20. Mindsets What?
  21. 21. Mindsets Distrust of Institutions and Providers What?
  22. 22. Mindsets Distrust of Institutions and Providers “Doctors will call Child Protective Services on you. Don’t go unless your child really needs it.” What?
  23. 23. Mindsets Distrust of Institutions and Providers “Doctors will call Child Protective Services on you. Don’t go unless your child really needs it.” Differences in Perspectives on Early Childhood Education and Healthy Development What?
  24. 24. Mindsets Distrust of Institutions and Providers “Doctors will call Child Protective Services on you. Don’t go unless your child really needs it.” Differences in Perspectives on Early Childhood Education and Healthy Development “School is where you work. I am a parent not a teacher.” What?
  25. 25. Mindsets Distrust of Institutions and Providers “Doctors will call Child Protective Services on you. Don’t go unless your child really needs it.” Differences in Perspectives on Early Childhood Education and Healthy Development “School is where you work. I am a parent not a teacher.” Parents Lack of Understanding Regarding Early Child Development What?
  26. 26. Mindsets Distrust of Institutions and Providers “Doctors will call Child Protective Services on you. Don’t go unless your child really needs it.” Differences in Perspectives on Early Childhood Education and Healthy Development “School is where you work. I am a parent not a teacher.” Parents Lack of Understanding Regarding Early Child Development “Parents don’t know what there child has to do to be ready for school.” What?
  27. 27. What? Components
  28. 28. What? Components Services are Difficult for Families to Access
  29. 29. What? Components Services are Difficult for Families to Access “Trouble accessing services call in on a certain day, often have to make an appointment for months later.”
  30. 30. What? Components Services are Difficult for Families to Access “Trouble accessing services call in on a certain day, often have to make an appointment for months later.” Cultural Barriers
  31. 31. What? Components Services are Difficult for Families to Access “Trouble accessing services call in on a certain day, often have to make an appointment for months later.” Cultural Barriers “I see the language barrier as a consistent issue, especially during a crisis situation”.
  32. 32. What? Components Services are Difficult for Families to Access “Trouble accessing services call in on a certain day, often have to make an appointment for months later.” Cultural Barriers “I see the language barrier as a consistent issue, especially during a crisis situation”.
  33. 33. What? Components Services are Difficult for Families to Access “Trouble accessing services call in on a certain day, often have to make an appointment for months later.” Cultural Barriers “I see the language barrier as a consistent issue, especially during a crisis situation”. Gaps in Early Screening for At-Risk Families and Children
  34. 34. What? Components Services are Difficult for Families to Access “Trouble accessing services call in on a certain day, often have to make an appointment for months later.” Cultural Barriers “I see the language barrier as a consistent issue, especially during a crisis situation”. Gaps in Early Screening for At-Risk Families and Children “It can take months for a child to be evaluated and start receiving services.”
  35. 35. What? Components Services are Difficult for Families to Access “Trouble accessing services call in on a certain day, often have to make an appointment for months later.” Cultural Barriers “I see the language barrier as a consistent issue, especially during a crisis situation”. Gaps in Early Screening for At-Risk Families and Children “It can take months for a child to be evaluated and start receiving services.” Lack of Additional School Supports for Underperforming Students
  36. 36. What? Components Services are Difficult for Families to Access “Trouble accessing services call in on a certain day, often have to make an appointment for months later.” Cultural Barriers “I see the language barrier as a consistent issue, especially during a crisis situation”. Gaps in Early Screening for At-Risk Families and Children “It can take months for a child to be evaluated and start receiving services.” Lack of Additional School Supports for Underperforming Students “There aren’t very many supports for children behind in school.”
  37. 37. What? Components Services are Difficult for Families to Access “Trouble accessing services call in on a certain day, often have to make an appointment for months later.” Cultural Barriers “I see the language barrier as a consistent issue, especially during a crisis situation”. Gaps in Early Screening for At-Risk Families and Children “It can take months for a child to be evaluated and start receiving services.” Lack of Additional School Supports for Underperforming Students “There aren’t very many supports for children behind in school.”
  38. 38. What? Components Services are Difficult for Families to Access “Trouble accessing services call in on a certain day, often have to make an appointment for months later.” Cultural Barriers “I see the language barrier as a consistent issue, especially during a crisis situation”. Gaps in Early Screening for At-Risk Families and Children “It can take months for a child to be evaluated and start receiving services.” Lack of Additional School Supports for Underperforming Students “There aren’t very many supports for children behind in school.” Lack of School Support to Ensure High Quality Instruction
  39. 39. What? Components Services are Difficult for Families to Access “Trouble accessing services call in on a certain day, often have to make an appointment for months later.” Cultural Barriers “I see the language barrier as a consistent issue, especially during a crisis situation”. Gaps in Early Screening for At-Risk Families and Children “It can take months for a child to be evaluated and start receiving services.” Lack of Additional School Supports for Underperforming Students “There aren’t very many supports for children behind in school.” Lack of School Support to Ensure High Quality Instruction “Teachers are tapped out with time allowed to teach new material. Not enough financial support”
  40. 40. What? Components Services are Difficult for Families to Access “Trouble accessing services call in on a certain day, often have to make an appointment for months later.” Cultural Barriers “I see the language barrier as a consistent issue, especially during a crisis situation”. Gaps in Early Screening for At-Risk Families and Children “It can take months for a child to be evaluated and start receiving services.” Lack of Additional School Supports for Underperforming Students “There aren’t very many supports for children behind in school.” Lack of School Support to Ensure High Quality Instruction “Teachers are tapped out with time allowed to teach new material. Not enough financial support” Lack of Available Services and Supports for Families
  41. 41. What? Components Services are Difficult for Families to Access “Trouble accessing services call in on a certain day, often have to make an appointment for months later.” Cultural Barriers “I see the language barrier as a consistent issue, especially during a crisis situation”. Gaps in Early Screening for At-Risk Families and Children “It can take months for a child to be evaluated and start receiving services.” Lack of Additional School Supports for Underperforming Students “There aren’t very many supports for children behind in school.” Lack of School Support to Ensure High Quality Instruction “Teachers are tapped out with time allowed to teach new material. Not enough financial support” Lack of Available Services and Supports for Families “Financial resources are not available to fund services which contribute to prenatal health”.
  42. 42. WHY? What is this happening? What is getting in the way of shifting these policies?
  43. 43. Power Why?
  44. 44. Power Lack of Voice Why?
  45. 45. Power Lack of Voice “Not taking the advice of those with their ‘boots on the ground.” Why?
  46. 46. Power Lack of Voice “Not taking the advice of those with their ‘boots on the ground.” Decisions are based on gaining and keeping power. Why?
  47. 47. Power Lack of Voice “Not taking the advice of those with their ‘boots on the ground.” Decisions are based on gaining and keeping power. “Policies are in place so that the people in power remain in power.” Why?
  48. 48. Power Lack of Voice “Not taking the advice of those with their ‘boots on the ground.” Decisions are based on gaining and keeping power. “Policies are in place so that the people in power remain in power.” Policy makers are disconnected from the needs of families. Why?
  49. 49. Power Lack of Voice “Not taking the advice of those with their ‘boots on the ground.” Decisions are based on gaining and keeping power. “Policies are in place so that the people in power remain in power.” Policy makers are disconnected from the needs of families. “Decisions are made by people who don’t know .” Why?
  50. 50. Connections Why?
  51. 51. Connections Lack of Collaboration and Communication Why?
  52. 52. Connections Lack of Collaboration and Communication “Lack of liaisons or bridging opportunities”. Why?
  53. 53. Connections Lack of Collaboration and Communication “Lack of liaisons or bridging opportunities”. Protecting Turf Why?
  54. 54. Connections Lack of Collaboration and Communication “Lack of liaisons or bridging opportunities”. Protecting Turf “Protecting turf, do not know who to trust and share information with”. Why?
  55. 55. Connections Lack of Collaboration and Communication “Lack of liaisons or bridging opportunities”. Protecting Turf “Protecting turf, do not know who to trust and share information with”. Programs Operating in Siloes Why?
  56. 56. Connections Lack of Collaboration and Communication “Lack of liaisons or bridging opportunities”. Protecting Turf “Protecting turf, do not know who to trust and share information with”. Programs Operating in Siloes “Each program sees itself as a separate entity from the other.” Why?
  57. 57. Regulations Why?
  58. 58. Regulations Restrictions in Accessing Services Why?
  59. 59. Regulations Restrictions in Accessing Services “Many families don’t qualify for programs because of their income.” Why?
  60. 60. Regulations Restrictions in Accessing Services “Many families don’t qualify for programs because of their income.” Focus on Academic Success Why?
  61. 61. Regulations Restrictions in Accessing Services “Many families don’t qualify for programs because of their income.” Focus on Academic Success “Attaching funding to test scores, affects the ability to support developmentally whole child.” Why?
  62. 62. Regulations Restrictions in Accessing Services “Many families don’t qualify for programs because of their income.” Focus on Academic Success “Attaching funding to test scores, affects the ability to support developmentally whole child.” Restrictions in How Funding Can be Used Why?
  63. 63. Regulations Restrictions in Accessing Services “Many families don’t qualify for programs because of their income.” Focus on Academic Success “Attaching funding to test scores, affects the ability to support developmentally whole child.” Restrictions in How Funding Can be Used “Funding mandates restricts the number of people who can be served.” Why?
  64. 64. Mindsets Why?
  65. 65. Mindsets Negative Attitudes toward Low Income People Why?
  66. 66. Mindsets Negative Attitudes toward Low Income People “We stereotype that poor parents aren’t good parents.” Why?
  67. 67. Mindsets Negative Attitudes toward Low Income People “We stereotype that poor parents aren’t good parents.” Fear of Seeking Services Why?
  68. 68. Mindsets Negative Attitudes toward Low Income People “We stereotype that poor parents aren’t good parents.” Fear of Seeking Services “Fear of systems making decisions due to ill will.” Why?
  69. 69. Mindsets Negative Attitudes toward Low Income People “We stereotype that poor parents aren’t good parents.” Fear of Seeking Services “Fear of systems making decisions due to ill will.” Lack of Cultural Competency and Understanding Why?
  70. 70. Mindsets Negative Attitudes toward Low Income People “We stereotype that poor parents aren’t good parents.” Fear of Seeking Services “Fear of systems making decisions due to ill will.” Lack of Cultural Competency and Understanding “There is great discomfort for both families and providers to identify discrimination.” Why?
  71. 71. Mindsets Negative Attitudes toward Low Income People “We stereotype that poor parents aren’t good parents.” Fear of Seeking Services “Fear of systems making decisions due to ill will.” Lack of Cultural Competency and Understanding “There is great discomfort for both families and providers to identify discrimination.” Resistance to New Innovation Why?
  72. 72. Mindsets Negative Attitudes toward Low Income People “We stereotype that poor parents aren’t good parents.” Fear of Seeking Services “Fear of systems making decisions due to ill will.” Lack of Cultural Competency and Understanding “There is great discomfort for both families and providers to identify discrimination.” Resistance to New Innovation “Unable and unwilling to change techniques.” Why?
  73. 73. Mindsets Negative Attitudes toward Low Income People “We stereotype that poor parents aren’t good parents.” Fear of Seeking Services “Fear of systems making decisions due to ill will.” Lack of Cultural Competency and Understanding “There is great discomfort for both families and providers to identify discrimination.” Resistance to New Innovation “Unable and unwilling to change techniques.” Ethic of Individual Responsibility Why?
  74. 74. Mindsets Negative Attitudes toward Low Income People “We stereotype that poor parents aren’t good parents.” Fear of Seeking Services “Fear of systems making decisions due to ill will.” Lack of Cultural Competency and Understanding “There is great discomfort for both families and providers to identify discrimination.” Resistance to New Innovation “Unable and unwilling to change techniques.” Ethic of Individual Responsibility “Long held beliefs that value self-sufficiency and no taxes”. Why?
  75. 75. Why? Resources
  76. 76. Why? Resources Limited Funding
  77. 77. Why? Resources Limited Funding “Funding to public schools are being cut.”
  78. 78. Why? Resources Limited Funding “Funding to public schools are being cut.” Parents Lack Limited Resources and Social Supports
  79. 79. Why? Resources Limited Funding “Funding to public schools are being cut.” Parents Lack Limited Resources and Social Supports They may not have family or friends in the area.”
  80. 80. Why? Resources Limited Funding “Funding to public schools are being cut.” Parents Lack Limited Resources and Social Supports They may not have family or friends in the area.” Limited Staff
  81. 81. Why? Resources Limited Funding “Funding to public schools are being cut.” Parents Lack Limited Resources and Social Supports They may not have family or friends in the area.” Limited Staff “Every school and agency is understaffed.”
  82. 82. Why? Resources Limited Funding “Funding to public schools are being cut.” Parents Lack Limited Resources and Social Supports They may not have family or friends in the area.” Limited Staff “Every school and agency is understaffed.” Limited Space
  83. 83. Why? Resources Limited Funding “Funding to public schools are being cut.” Parents Lack Limited Resources and Social Supports They may not have family or friends in the area.” Limited Staff “Every school and agency is understaffed.” Limited Space “Lack of availability— limited spots”.
  84. 84. Why? Resources Limited Funding “Funding to public schools are being cut.” Parents Lack Limited Resources and Social Supports They may not have family or friends in the area.” Limited Staff “Every school and agency is understaffed.” Limited Space “Lack of availability— limited spots”. Limited Time
  85. 85. Why? Resources Limited Funding “Funding to public schools are being cut.” Parents Lack Limited Resources and Social Supports They may not have family or friends in the area.” Limited Staff “Every school and agency is understaffed.” Limited Space “Lack of availability— limited spots”. Limited Time “Lack of time for staff to conduct assessments”.
  86. 86. Components Lack of Information About Child Development Why?
  87. 87. Components Lack of Information About Child Development “Lack of understanding of what K-readiness mean.” Why?
  88. 88. Components Lack of Information About Child Development “Lack of understanding of what K-readiness mean.” Difficulty Understanding and Finding Services Why?
  89. 89. Components Lack of Information About Child Development “Lack of understanding of what K-readiness mean.” Difficulty Understanding and Finding Services “Families don’t know about services, or think they can’t qualify” Why?
  90. 90. Components Lack of Information About Child Development “Lack of understanding of what K-readiness mean.” Difficulty Understanding and Finding Services “Families don’t know about services, or think they can’t qualify” Limited Access to Services Why?
  91. 91. Components Lack of Information About Child Development “Lack of understanding of what K-readiness mean.” Difficulty Understanding and Finding Services “Families don’t know about services, or think they can’t qualify” Limited Access to Services “Services limited to a particular geographic area”. Why?
  92. 92. Components Lack of Information About Child Development “Lack of understanding of what K-readiness mean.” Difficulty Understanding and Finding Services “Families don’t know about services, or think they can’t qualify” Limited Access to Services “Services limited to a particular geographic area”. Lack of Translation Services Why?
  93. 93. Components Lack of Information About Child Development “Lack of understanding of what K-readiness mean.” Difficulty Understanding and Finding Services “Families don’t know about services, or think they can’t qualify” Limited Access to Services “Services limited to a particular geographic area”. Lack of Translation Services “More help in interpretation is needed.” Why?
  94. 94. Components Lack of Information About Child Development “Lack of understanding of what K-readiness mean.” Difficulty Understanding and Finding Services “Families don’t know about services, or think they can’t qualify” Limited Access to Services “Services limited to a particular geographic area”. Lack of Translation Services “More help in interpretation is needed.” Provider Lack of Knowledge Regarding Services and Benefits Why?
  95. 95. Components Lack of Information About Child Development “Lack of understanding of what K-readiness mean.” Difficulty Understanding and Finding Services “Families don’t know about services, or think they can’t qualify” Limited Access to Services “Services limited to a particular geographic area”. Lack of Translation Services “More help in interpretation is needed.” Provider Lack of Knowledge Regarding Services and Benefits “Providers may not know all of the resources available to students/ families.” Why?
  96. 96. HOW? How do we change these current conditions?
  97. 97. Power How?
  98. 98. Power Solicit Multiple Perspectives How?
  99. 99. Power Solicit Multiple Perspectives “Empowering those receiving services to be more vocal.” How?
  100. 100. Power Solicit Multiple Perspectives “Empowering those receiving services to be more vocal.” Generate a Unified Agenda How?
  101. 101. Power Solicit Multiple Perspectives “Empowering those receiving services to be more vocal.” Generate a Unified Agenda “We need to use collective impact, it’s not just DHS’s job, and it’s all of our jobs.” How?
  102. 102. Power Solicit Multiple Perspectives “Empowering those receiving services to be more vocal.” Generate a Unified Agenda “We need to use collective impact, it’s not just DHS’s job, and it’s all of our jobs.” Vote How?
  103. 103. Power Solicit Multiple Perspectives “Empowering those receiving services to be more vocal.” Generate a Unified Agenda “We need to use collective impact, it’s not just DHS’s job, and it’s all of our jobs.” Vote “People need to understand affect these decisions have on their kids - vote out.” How?
  104. 104. Power Solicit Multiple Perspectives “Empowering those receiving services to be more vocal.” Generate a Unified Agenda “We need to use collective impact, it’s not just DHS’s job, and it’s all of our jobs.” Vote “People need to understand affect these decisions have on their kids - vote out.” Run an Educational Campaign How?
  105. 105. Power Solicit Multiple Perspectives “Empowering those receiving services to be more vocal.” Generate a Unified Agenda “We need to use collective impact, it’s not just DHS’s job, and it’s all of our jobs.” Vote “People need to understand affect these decisions have on their kids - vote out.” Run an Educational Campaign “Educational campaign focused on universal programs for all kids.” How?
  106. 106. Connections How?
  107. 107. Connections Support Teacher Collaborate Across Grades How?
  108. 108. Connections Support Teacher Collaborate Across Grades “Incorporate pre- school teachers into the K-12 system”. How?
  109. 109. Connections Support Teacher Collaborate Across Grades “Incorporate pre- school teachers into the K-12 system”. Connect Families to Schools How?
  110. 110. Connections Support Teacher Collaborate Across Grades “Incorporate pre- school teachers into the K-12 system”. Connect Families to Schools “Supporting the partnership between parents and educators”. How?
  111. 111. Connections Support Teacher Collaborate Across Grades “Incorporate pre- school teachers into the K-12 system”. Connect Families to Schools “Supporting the partnership between parents and educators”. Help Families Navigate Various Services How?
  112. 112. Connections Support Teacher Collaborate Across Grades “Incorporate pre- school teachers into the K-12 system”. Connect Families to Schools “Supporting the partnership between parents and educators”. Help Families Navigate Various Services “Coaching on accessing community resources.” How?
  113. 113. Connections Support Teacher Collaborate Across Grades “Incorporate pre- school teachers into the K-12 system”. Connect Families to Schools “Supporting the partnership between parents and educators”. Help Families Navigate Various Services “Coaching on accessing community resources.” Centralize Location and Source for Information How?
  114. 114. Connections Support Teacher Collaborate Across Grades “Incorporate pre- school teachers into the K-12 system”. Connect Families to Schools “Supporting the partnership between parents and educators”. Help Families Navigate Various Services “Coaching on accessing community resources.” Centralize Location and Source for Information “Families can see everyone at one place at one time”. How?
  115. 115. Connections Support Teacher Collaborate Across Grades “Incorporate pre-school teachers into the K-12 system”. Connect Families to Schools “Supporting the partnership between parents and educators”. Help Families Navigate Various Services “Coaching on accessing community resources.” Centralize Location and Source for Information “Families can see everyone at one place at one time”. Collaborate Across Services How?
  116. 116. Connections Support Teacher Collaborate Across Grades “Incorporate pre-school teachers into the K-12 system”. Connect Families to Schools “Supporting the partnership between parents and educators”. Help Families Navigate Various Services “Coaching on accessing community resources.” Centralize Location and Source for Information “Families can see everyone at one place at one time”. Collaborate Across Services “Schools partner with families, community, neighborhood centers, and libraries How?
  117. 117. How? Regulation
  118. 118. How? Regulation Establish Standards for Quality Child Care and Education
  119. 119. How? Regulation Establish Standards for Quality Child Care and Education “Need universal requirement for children to be kindergarten ready.”
  120. 120. How? Regulation Establish Standards for Quality Child Care and Education “Need universal requirement for children to be kindergarten ready.” Evaluate the Quality of Child Care and Education
  121. 121. How? Regulation Establish Standards for Quality Child Care and Education “Need universal requirement for children to be kindergarten ready.” Evaluate the Quality of Child Care and Education “An effective system to monitor quality preschool programs/initiatives across “
  122. 122. How? Regulation Establish Standards for Quality Child Care and Education “Need universal requirement for children to be kindergarten ready.” Evaluate the Quality of Child Care and Education “An effective system to monitor quality preschool programs/initiatives across “ Widen Eligibility Requirements
  123. 123. How? Regulation Establish Standards for Quality Child Care and Education “Need universal requirement for children to be kindergarten ready.” Evaluate the Quality of Child Care and Education “An effective system to monitor quality preschool programs/initiatives across “ Widen Eligibility Requirements “A lift on income restrictions.”
  124. 124. How? Regulation Establish Standards for Quality Child Care and Education “Need universal requirement for children to be kindergarten ready.” Evaluate the Quality of Child Care and Education “An effective system to monitor quality preschool programs/initiatives across “ Widen Eligibility Requirements “A lift on income restrictions.” Bring Back Michigan Alliance of Charter Teachers and Staff
  125. 125. How? Regulation Establish Standards for Quality Child Care and Education “Need universal requirement for children to be kindergarten ready.” Evaluate the Quality of Child Care and Education “An effective system to monitor quality preschool programs/initiatives across “ Widen Eligibility Requirements “A lift on income restrictions.” Bring Back Michigan Alliance of Charter Teachers and Staff “Bring Back Acts”.
  126. 126. How? Resources
  127. 127. How? Resources Offer Trainings for Service Providers and Educators
  128. 128. How? Resources Offer Trainings for Service Providers and Educators “Pre-school training on high quality instruction and intentional teaching”.
  129. 129. How? Resources Offer Trainings for Service Providers and Educators “Pre-school training on high quality instruction and intentional teaching”. Provide Parents with Educational Opportunities
  130. 130. How? Resources Offer Trainings for Service Providers and Educators “Pre-school training on high quality instruction and intentional teaching”. Provide Parents with Educational Opportunities “More programs for parents to return to school and get their GED.”
  131. 131. How? Resources Offer Trainings for Service Providers and Educators “Pre-school training on high quality instruction and intentional teaching”. Provide Parents with Educational Opportunities “More programs for parents to return to school and get their GED.” Increase Community Supports
  132. 132. How? Resources Offer Trainings for Service Providers and Educators “Pre-school training on high quality instruction and intentional teaching”. Provide Parents with Educational Opportunities “More programs for parents to return to school and get their GED.” Increase Community Supports “More support/funding for culture-specific community organizations that can help fill in the need.”
  133. 133. Components How?
  134. 134. Components Provide High Quality Information regarding Early Childhood Development. How?
  135. 135. Components Provide High Quality Information regarding Early Childhood Development. “I think we need to give parents information that they can do something with. How?
  136. 136. Components Provide High Quality Information regarding Early Childhood Development. “I think we need to give parents information that they can do something with. Make Services Accessible How?
  137. 137. Components Provide High Quality Information regarding Early Childhood Development. “I think we need to give parents information that they can do something with. Make Services Accessible “Make birthing classes more convenient and accessible”. How?
  138. 138. Components Provide High Quality Information regarding Early Childhood Development. “I think we need to give parents information that they can do something with. Make Services Accessible “Make birthing classes more convenient and accessible”. Tailor Services to Accommodate Family’s Needs How?
  139. 139. Components Provide High Quality Information regarding Early Childhood Development. “I think we need to give parents information that they can do something with. Make Services Accessible “Make birthing classes more convenient and accessible”. Tailor Services to Accommodate Family’s Needs “Offer child care for parents in treatment.” How?
  140. 140. Components Provide High Quality Information regarding Early Childhood Development. “I think we need to give parents information that they can do something with. Make Services Accessible “Make birthing classes more convenient and accessible”. Tailor Services to Accommodate Family’s Needs “Offer child care for parents in treatment.” Outreach Regarding Providers and Services How?
  141. 141. Components Provide High Quality Information regarding Early Childhood Development. “I think we need to give parents information that they can do something with. Make Services Accessible “Make birthing classes more convenient and accessible”. Tailor Services to Accommodate Family’s Needs “Offer child care for parents in treatment.” Outreach Regarding Providers and Services “Better advertising of local resources that may benefit all families.” How?
  142. 142. Components Provide High Quality Information regarding Early Childhood Development. “I think we need to give parents information that they can do something with. Make Services Accessible “Make birthing classes more convenient and accessible”. Tailor Services to Accommodate Family’s Needs “Offer child care for parents in treatment.” Outreach Regarding Providers and Services “Better advertising of local resources that may benefit all families.” Employ Evidence Based Best Practices How?
  143. 143. Components Provide High Quality Information regarding Early Childhood Development. “I think we need to give parents information that they can do something with. Make Services Accessible “Make birthing classes more convenient and accessible”. Tailor Services to Accommodate Family’s Needs “Offer child care for parents in treatment.” Outreach Regarding Providers and Services “Better advertising of local resources that may benefit all families.” Employ Evidence Based Best Practices “Spend time researching the issue and best practices and spend time accordingly.” How?
  144. 144. Components Provide High Quality Information regarding Early Childhood Development. “I think we need to give parents information that they can do something with. Make Services Accessible “Make birthing classes more convenient and accessible”. Tailor Services to Accommodate Family’s Needs “Offer child care for parents in treatment.” Outreach Regarding Providers and Services “Better advertising of local resources that may benefit all families.” Employ Evidence Based Best Practices “Spend time researching the issue and best practices and spend time accordingly.” Promote Cultural Awareness How?
  145. 145. Components Provide High Quality Information regarding Early Childhood Development. “I think we need to give parents information that they can do something with. Make Services Accessible “Make birthing classes more convenient and accessible”. Tailor Services to Accommodate Family’s Needs “Offer child care for parents in treatment.” Outreach Regarding Providers and Services “Better advertising of local resources that may benefit all families.” Employ Evidence Based Best Practices “Spend time researching the issue and best practices and spend time accordingly.” Promote Cultural Awareness “Cultural competence is needed in all caregiving settings.” How?

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