Alameda County ECEPC Logic Model. Strategies/Approaches. Immediate Outputs. Short-Term Results and Indicators of Success. Intermediate Results/Indicators. Long-Term Results/Indicators. I M P A C T. What are the main strategies and approaches B8 will deploy? (RBA: How do we turn the curve?).
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Short-Term Results and Indicators of Success
I M P A C T
What are the main strategies and approaches B8 will deploy? (RBA: How do we turn the curve?)
What are the immediate results of these strategies and approaches? (RBA: How much did we do?)
What do we expect will occur as a direct result of these strategies/ approaches? (RBA: How well did we do it?)
What results should follow from the initial outcomes? (RBA: Is anyone better off? Did any performance measures change?)
What results should follow from achieving the intermediate outcomes? (RBA: Did any population measures change?)
What ultimate impact could B8 have, if its outcomes are achieved?
Expand subsidy access for children 3 and under
ECEPC collaborates with state groups to sponsor leg. For <3
State funds secured
xx% income eligible AC kids access subsidies, up from YY
CHILDREN in cc make steady, appropriate progress on social, emotional, and developmental milestones
Alameda County children achieve at or beyond grade level by third grade
Local LCFF outreach plan developed: goal, partners
4 low performing Districts have ece embedded in LCFF planning documents
2 out of 4 districts increase ece supports in next 3 years
Expand quality improvement initiatives for early childhood education
QRIS pilot expanded to XX ECE settings, up from YY
School readiness disparities reduced between districts, demographic groups
xx QRIS Programs Score 4 (or higher)
__% of children who were in (quality) child care programs are strong in all building blocks of School Readiness; AC wide and in lowest ranking USDs
QRIS matrix includes s needs, fam engagement, staff comp
XX of these kids are in QRIS programs?
XX programs focus on these as part of QRIS
Expand English Learner supports
Colorsmatch activities and outcomes tied most closely to results “buckets” and to overall system improvements
Assess EL needs & develop action plan
XX programs have EL support in place
XX programs smoothly transition to new director
Succession plan developed
Parent feedback systematized?
Succession plan funded
XX EL kids have improve performance on ?? scale
Workforce: > Staff comp.
SEQUAL pilot is funded
Parents, caregivers and families are supported, so they can be supportive to their children
More inclusive planning for effective ece strategies
Parents advocate for and obtain local eceinvesments
ECEPC broadens work with parents via ACECPC to prioritize, advocate, expand and strengthen ece
ACCESS TO QUALITY ECE
CalWORKs pilot in x sites
Xx parents access/ have more financial literacy?
> $ support for l-i parents
SUPPORT IN ECE
CalWORKspilot proposal developed: child development?
Strengthen members’ knowledge base needed to achieve Results (>, quality ece)
Parents in quality ece programs report greater knowledge/application of child development principles (e.g. reading to children)
Agencies coordinate initiatives and leverage and blend funds
ECEPC Steering Cttee meetings provide presentation on info requested
Develop data for ece planning and evaluation
St. Cottee has more contact with elected officials, group decisions on advocacy priorities
County-wide data for indicator tracking are available, monitored, and used—by other Departments
S Y S T EM C H A N G E S /
I M P R O V E M E N T S
Develop local plan to revive CEL
Leverage other health & human services data infrastructure(for $,efficiency)
CEL reestablished and gives ECECPC County-wide data
Timely, accurate County wide data available to target resources, track
Collabw/Head Start, Health—needs assessment
ECEPC Plans aligns closely w/ other County plans