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Ventura County Quality Rating and Improvement System QRIS. Picture here. “ Commitment to Quality Education for All ”. Early Learning Quality Initiatives. CARES & AB212 Stipend Projects. 2000. 2004. Preschool for All ( PfA ) Planning. 2005.

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ventura county quality rating and improvement system qris

Ventura County Quality Rating and Improvement SystemQRIS

Picture here

“Commitment to Quality Education for All”

early learning quality initiatives
Early Learning Quality Initiatives

CARES & AB212 Stipend Projects

2000

2004

Preschool for All (PfA) Planning

2005

PfA Implementation begins in 9 counties with funding from First 5

2006

PfA Implementation begins in Hueneme School District

2008

Quality Rating Improvement System (QRIS) Planning begins

Blending of CARES/AB212 Stipend Project

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QRIS delivered to Governor

PfA Expands to Ocean View School District

Countywide Environment Rating Scale (ERS)

2010

Race to the Top (RTT) funding awarded to CA

F5 CA extends PfA funding for 3 years as Child Signature Program (CSP)

QRIS Pilot begins in Ventura County

CARES Plus expanded

2011

2012-

2015

State & Local QRIS Implementation

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California Race to the Top Vision

All Children will thrive in early learning programs, be ready for kindergarten, and be proficient in third grade.

  • Building a high-quality early learning system
  • Connecting early learning work with K-12
  • Increasing access to quality programs
  • Providing comprehensive support for the development of the whole child
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QRIS Assessments
  • Classroom Assessments
  • Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS)
  • Environment Rating Scale (ERS)
  • DRDP Parent Survey
  • Child Assessments
  • Developmental Profile (DRDP-2010)
  • Ages and Stages Developmental Screening
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The California Early Childhood Educator Competencies describe the knowledge, skills and dispositions that early childhood educators need in order to provide high quality early care and education to young children and their families.
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First 5 Ventura, First 5 CA, US Department of Education

RTT

CSP 2

CSP 1

  • Location
  • Hueneme & Ocean View (13 locations)
  • Classroom Type
  • PreK & Infant/Toddler
  • Center-based
  • Assessments
  • QRIS Matrix
  • ERS (annual in the fall)
  • CLASS (annual in the spring)
  • CSP 1 Matrix
  • Supports
  • On-Site TA
  • Targeted Training
  • Action Plans
  • Countywide Training
  • ECE Stipend Project
  • Resources
  • Early Education
  • Effectiveness Exchange (E4)
  • Location
  • Countywide (34 locations)
  • Classroom Type
  • Pre-K & Infant/Toddler
  • Center-based
  • Assessments
  • QRIS Matrix
  • ERS (as needed)
  • CLASS (as needed)
  • Readiness Assessment
  • Supports
  • On-Site TA
  • Targeted Training
  • Action Plans
  • Countywide Training
  • ECE Stipend Project
  • Resources
  • Early Education
  • Effectiveness Exchange (E4)
  • Location
  • Countywide (54 locations)
  • Classroom Type
  • Pre-K & Infant/Toddler
  • Center-based
  • Family Child Care
  • Assessments
  • QRIS Matrix
  • ERS (as needed)
  • CLASS (as needed)
  • Supports
  • On-Site TA
  • Targeted Training
  • Action Plans
  • Countywide Training
  • ECE Stipend Project
  • Resources
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Environmental Rating Scale (ERS)
  • 2011-2012
  • 51 pre-k classrooms were assessed
    • overall average score was 5.54
  • 2012-2013
  • 56 pre-k and toddler classrooms were assessed
    • overall average score 6.19 for pre-k classrooms
    • overall average score 5.69 for toddler classrooms
classroom assessment scoring system class
Classroom Assessment Scoring System(CLASS)
  • 2011-2012
  • 19 pre-k classrooms were assessed
    • overall average scores:
      • Emotional Support 6.32
      • Classroom Organization 5.82
      • Instructional Support 3.02
  • 2012-2013
  • 49 pre-k and toddler classrooms were assessed
    • overall average scores for pre-k classrooms in three domains:
      • Emotional Support 6.55
      • Classroom Organization 5.88
      • Instructional support 4.41
    • overall average for toddler classrooms in two domains:
      • Emotional and Behavioral Support was 6.60
      • Engaged Support for learning 4.46
vcoe professional development
VCOE Professional Development
  • VCOE and our implementation partners offer trainings by highly qualified facilitators:
  • Program for Infant Toddler Care (PITC)
  • California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN)
  • Teaching Pyramid, DRDP, Inclusion (WestEd)
  • Ventura College
  • California State University Channel Islands (CSUCI)
  • Early Education Effectiveness Exchange (E4)
core iii program environment
Core III: Program & Environment

Family Engagement & Family Strengthening

Five Protective Factors

Supported

By

Triple P & Teaching Pyramid

five protective factors
Five Protective Factors

Protective Factors

Levers

Strategies

Results

Community and multi-system leaders act to build sustainable infrastructure through key levers for change:

Community programs and worker practice consistently:

Families and communities build protective factors that also promote positive outcomes:

  • Facilitate friendships and mutual support
  • Strengthen parenting
  • Respond to family crises
  • Link families to services and opportunities
  • Value and support parents
  • Further children’s social and emotional development
  • Observe and respond to early warning signs of abuse and neglect
  • Parent resilience
  • Social connections
  • Knowledge of parenting and child development
  • Concrete support in times of need
  • Social and emotional competence of children
  • Strengthened families
  • Optimal child development
  • Reduced child abuse & neglect
  • Parent Partnerships
  • Policy/Systems
  • Professional Development
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Why Birth to 3rd Grade?

WHY IT MATTERS

During a child’s first three years of life, their brains are being wired for future success.

Brain development is more rapid during this period than at any other, with more than 700 neural connections created each second.

Children are born with an innate love of learning and learn everything from smiling, walking and speaking, to making choices, exploring and developing relationships.

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The Alignment of the California Preschool

Learning Foundations with Key Early

Education Resources

  • California Infant/Toddler Learning & Development Foundations
  • California Content Standards
  • Common Core State Standards
  • Head Start Child Development and Early Learning Framework
thank you
Thank You

“Children in strong early education programs are better prepared for school and reap some real benefits that last them their whole lives”

Tom Torlakson, State Superintendent of Public Instruction

August 23, 2013

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