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@ ZERO TO THREE. Supporting Family, Friend, and Neighbor Child Care A Strategic Planning Approach. A Project of the Child Care Bureau Office of Family Assistance, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. National Infant & Toddler Child Care Initiative. Mission:

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@

ZERO TO THREE

Supporting

Family, Friend, and Neighbor Child Care

A Strategic Planning Approach

A Project of the Child Care Bureau

Office of Family Assistance, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

national infant toddler child care initiative
National Infant & Toddler Child Care Initiative

Mission:

To work collaboratively with CCDF administrators

and other partners

in their efforts

to help move forward

system initiatives

to improve the quality and supply of infant and toddler child care.

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National Infant & Toddler Child Care Initiative

Vision:

that infants and toddlers

experience

high quality care

in all settings, and

their unique needs

are addressed

in early care and education

systems.

strategic planning approach
Strategic Planning Approach
  • Based on NITCCI’s early care & education system planning model and process
  • Designed to maximizeinvolvement of stakeholders while minimizingface-to-face meeting requirements
    • Small Planning Design Group (3-6 people, help design planning process)
    • Larger Strategic Planning Committee
initial planning tasks
Initial Planning Tasks

The Planning Design Group works with the technical assistance specialist to:

  • Identify the individuals who will be invited to participate in the strategic planning process
  • Identify state data sources that describe FFN care
  • Choose meeting dates and sites
  • Decide who will write the final report
initial planning design tasks cont
Initial Planning Design Tasks cont.
  • Draft an invitation letter for the CCDF administrator to send to invite the members.
  • Begin to pull together the state specific data on FFN care.
  • Prepare a welcome email to committee members including:
    • meeting and process information
    • request to set up a phone interview with each member prior to the first meeting.
initial planning tasks cont
Initial Planning Tasks (cont.)
  • Complete draft of the Key Elements tool.
  • Draft Strategic Planning vision and mission statement for member review and comment
  • Define planning terms(e.g., goals, outcomes, strategies, etc.)
  • Determine if logic model will be used
  • Draft questions for phone interviews
initial planning tasks cont8
Initial Planning Tasks (cont.)
  • Draft agendafor the first meeting
  • Mail packet to Strategic Planning Committee members, to include:
    • Strategic Planning Vision and Mission draft
    • Interview questions
  • Schedule and conduct a phone interview with each member.
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Initial Planning Tasks (cont.)
  • Review responses and identify:
    • Interests - Data sources
    • Concerns - Themes
    • Issues
  • Prepare an overview of the interview content without identifying individual members.
  • Identify background information and documents that will help members understand the issue.
first full committee meeting
First Full Committee Meeting
  • Requires 3-4 hours
  • Begins with welcome, introductions, process overview and icebreaker
  • [Optional] Overview of national & state information about FFN care
  • Committee reviews, edits and adopts FFN definition, vision and mission.
  • Committee reviews State FFN data and information.
first full meeting cont
First Full Meeting (Cont.)

Committee will:

  • Review compiled opinions, questions, comments, and goals proposed by members during the interview process,
  • Identify common themes and surprises,
  • Review and edit the FFN Key Element document
the first meeting conclusion
The First Meeting Conclusion

Instructions to Committee Members:

  • Prepare to set goals
  • Prepare to offer and discuss strategies to achieve the goals
  • Be ready to discuss priorities for action planning
between the first and second meeting
Between the First and Second Meeting
  • Debrief the first meeting and make adjustments as needed
  • Complete edits to Key Element document as needed
  • Develop the 2nd meeting agenda
  • Send a reminder to members.
second full committee meeting
Second Full Committee Meeting
  • Requires 4 hours
  • Opens with welcome and introductions
  • Review of work to date
  • Overview of tasks for the day:
    • set goals,
    • recommend strategies
    • develop an action plan
second full committee meeting cont
Second Full Committee Meeting (cont.)

Goal Setting Process

  • Develop individual goals
  • Categorize individual goals
  • Develop goal statements
  • Prioritize goals
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Second Full Committee Meeting (cont.)

Development of Strategies

  • Discuss member recommendations
  • Align with goals
  • Analyze chance of success
  • Reach agreement on:
    • Recommended strategies
    • Priorities
second full committee meeting conclusion
Second Full Committee Meeting Conclusion
  • Develop action plan
  • Review next steps
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National Infant &ToddlerChild Care Initiative

National Infant & Toddler Child Care Initiative

ZERO TO THREE

2000 M St. NW Suite 200

Washington DC

Voice:202-638-1144, ext. 618

Fax: 202-638-0851

kheying@zerotothree.org

http://nccic.org/itcc/