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Welcome to the KYGOEC’s Webinar Series!. The presentation will begin shortly. Join by Phone: 1-502-782-5962 Conference ID: 895127 Best viewed in Internet Explorer 8.0 and above. . Looking Forward, Looking Back January 9, 2014. Community Early Childhood Councils Agenda.

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Welcome to the KYGOEC’s Webinar Series!

The presentation will begin shortly.

Join by Phone:

1-502-782-5962

  • Conference ID: 895127

Best viewed in Internet Explorer 8.0 and above.

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Community Early Childhood Councils

Agenda

  • Race to the Top (RTT) Overview
    • RTT Requirements
    • Context
    • History
    • KY All-STARS Plan
  • Moving Forward
    • Strengthening Families
    • Toyota bornlearning® Academies
    • Professional Development
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KY All Stars

Race to the Top – Early Learning Challenge

Requirements

  • Tiered Quality Rating and Improvement System (TQRIS) – Includes all programs
  • Enhanced Family Engagement
  • Robust Professional Development
  • Longitudinal Data Systems (LDS)
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Building on Past Successes

KY’s Long History of Early supporting Early Childhood Development

Race to the Top

Early Learning

Challenge

1990

Kentucky Education

Reform Act (KERA)

2000

KIDS NOW!

2003

KY Early Childhood

Standards

2013

2001

STARS for KIDS NOW

KIDS NOW Scholarships

2004

Parent

Guides

2005

Continuous

Assessment

Guide (CAG)

a new business model
A New Business Model

A New Business Model

Children Enter Kindergarten Ready

High Quality Early Learning Environments

Supportive Families

Access to Data for Community Planning

Common Kindergarten Entry Screener

Participation in STARS

A great early childhood workforce

Families understand child health and developmental needs

Data is shared by early childhood programs

Scholarships & PD Plans

Families are engaged

Children have access to appropriate services

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Renewed Emphasis on Families and Data

  • Half of all kids not in organized settings
  • Toyota bornlearning® Academies
  • CECC’s expand engaging families
  • Interest in Strengthening Families
  • Monthly messages
  • Longitudinal Data Systems (LDS)
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Our Theory of Change

All children deserve access to high quality

early care and education programs

All parents deserve to know the

quality of care their children are receiving

If all children have the benefit of high quality care, more children will arrive at kindergarten ready to succeed!

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KY All Stars: Our Proposal

  • Expanded Rating System and system of rewards
  • Expansion of Toyota bornlearning® Academies
  • Integration of Strengthening Families
  • Enhanced Professional Development
  • Integration of PD Registry
  • Expansion of the Longitudinal Data System
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The Foundation for our Recommendations

  • STARS For KIDS Now (Current System)
  • Evaluated by Child Trends in 2011
  • 2011-12 3rd Party Evaluation
  • STARS workgroup of the ECAC
  • Opportunities for Enhancement
  • Enhance Family Engagement practices and measurement
  • Emphasize quality of adult-child interaction
  • Use early childhood standards as foundation
  • Promote screening and assessment
  • Promote continuous improvement and PD
  • Transparent and meaningful to parents
  • Required Elements of RTT-EL
  • Inclusive of Head Start, Preschool and Childcare
  • More high needs children in high quality programs
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Kentucky’s QRIS Proposal includes

  • One Set of Standards for all programs
  • Five STARS with licensing as 1 STAR
  • Indicators vary by program type
    • Licensed Childcare
      • Type 1
      • Type 2
      • Certified Homes
    • Head Start/Early Head Start
    • School-based preschool
    • Registered providers*

* Registered providers will

have a path to quality

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Kentucky’s Proposal (cont.)

  • All programs in the expanded system by 2017
  • Enhanced training and technical support (aligned with priority areas)
  • Graduated system of rewards based on Quality Rating
  • Mandatory display of rating at all locations
  • PD Monitored through ECE-TRIS (including Pre-K)
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Kentucky’s Highest Priority …

93%

of grant funds will

support enhancement and

expansion of STARS

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KY All Stars

  • Supports for Engaging Families
  • Strengthening Families
    • Embedded in the TQRIS
    • All programs that work with at-risk
    • families
    • CECC Learning Circles
  • Expansion of Toyota bornlearning® Academies
  • Enhanced communications to parents
  • Development of E-tools
  • Professional Development
  • Leveraging the current system
  • Focused on priority areas
  • Expansion of ECE-TRIS
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KY All Stars

  • Providing Data
  • Continue to incorporate Early childhood data in the KY longitudinal data system
  • Integration of the training registry
  • Enhanced Early Childhood Profiles
  • Expanded analysis of Kindergarten entry screen data
  • Validation of the QRIS
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KY All Stars

Implications for CECCs

Toyota bornlearning® Academy

Recruit parents

Promote awareness in the community

Support FRYSCs

Enhanced PD

Based on priority areas

Provide provider training

Supported by RFA process

Strengthening Families

Training for CECCs

Training for providers

Promote use across State

Expanded TQRIS

All providers included (no promotion)

Supporting quality

Raising awareness with parents

KY Early Childhood Standards

Training for Providers

Promote effective use in environments

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Continuing the Trend

Activity Summary 2010-11 to Current

FY 2010-11

FY 2011-12

FY 2012-13

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Questions and Discussion

Upcoming Events:

  • Next Webinar: Building Your Council Communication Plan
  • February 13, 2014 at 2:00 pm est.
  • Regional Trainings: 2014 Request for Application Trainings
  • Date TBD Times TBD
  • Always keep an eye out for our CECC Newsletter for tricks of the trade, upcoming events, and other information for your CECC.
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SAVE THE DATE

Kentucky’s premier professional learning opportunity for early childhood professionals & advocates

June16-18, 2014

Galt House Hotel - Louisville, Ky.

Follow us on Twitter @Ready_kids

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Thank you!

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Twitter: @kygoec