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Welcome. We will begin the webinar at 11:35. Please type your name and organization as well as a question or two that you hope to be answered in the chat box. Early Learning Challenge Grant Review. Webinar March 26 th , 2013. Why We Are Here.

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welcome

Welcome

We will begin the webinar at 11:35.

Please type your name and organization as well as a question or two that you hope to be answered in the chat box.

why we are here
Why We Are Here

We hope to accomplish the following today.

  • Share a detailed overview of the grant and the supporting project plans.
  • Provide details on the structure of the grant, funding, and timelines.
  • Listen and solicit feedback from you on how to improve the project plans and ensure better support and engagement from the EC community.

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setting expectations what we have to be able to do by march 29 th
Setting Expectations - What We Have to Be Able to Do by March 29th.
  • We have to have a very detailed and clear plan for the US Department of Education that must include:
    • Estimated annual grant appropriations (budget)
    • Specific activities and timelines – including key deliverables
    • Clear understanding of how other funds are being used to support the projects
    • Understanding of roles and responsibilities
    • Outline of sustainability – how does this work continue successfully beyond the grant
    • Clear performance measures and projected outcomes for each project

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Vision for Round 2

Access

Quality

6

Equality

the goals
The Goals
  • Better Quality
  • All licensed programs in the new TQRIS
  • 35%of programs in the highest tiers
  • Stronger Workforce
  • Allcommunity colleges and 50%of four-year institutions teach to Workforce Competencies
  • 10% of professionals will advance at least one credential level and 25% of professionals will make progress towards the next credential level
  • Workforce progress publicly available
  • Deeper Understanding of Children
  • All children in publicly funded kindergarten receive more targeted instruction by participating in Kindergarten Readiness assessment
  • 3,500 more High Needs children in Results Matter
  • Readiness
  • Statewide Baseline of school readiness
  • 25 percent increase in kindergarten readiness by the end of the grant
  • Major decreases in the readiness gap of high needs children
understanding the tqris project
Understanding the TQRIS Project

TQRIS Next Generation

Professional Development and Credentials

Incentives

Family and Provider Training

Universal Application

Evaluation

Shared Services

Non-Licensed Engagement

Data Management

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proposed next generation tqris implementation planning
Proposed Next Generation TQRIS Implementation Planning
  • The key priority for the state is to produce an implementation plan for the Next Generation TQRIS.
  • Understanding how this should and could work – and how it impacts the following is critical to understand.

Rating Structure

Business Process

Organizational (Roles & Qualifications)

Contractor Roles

Technology Systems

Financial

Non-Licensed Populations

Community Engagement

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tqris proposed next generation implementation planning 3 1
TQRIS: Proposed Next Generation Implementation Planning (3.1)

Design Components

Implementation Planning

Rating System Design and Validation

(April 15)

Cost Modeling

(July 31)

Business Process Assessment

(May 15)

Procurement and Contract Analysis

(July 31)

Technology Assessment

(June 1)

Implementation Plan

(August 31)

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universal application basics
Universal Application Basics

Where Do I Start?

  • Single Website with program information, resources and supports
  • Links to Screening and Application Submission

What am I Eligible For?

  • Easy to use and anonymous screening tool to determine eligibility across multiple early childhood programs.

How Do I Apply?

  • Easy to use and anonymous screening tool to determine eligibility across multiple early childhood programs.

How Do I Stay Current?

  • Allows users to check and update their information
  • Includes alerts and other types of communication
scope of universal application
Scope of Universal Application

The State is statutorily required to create a universal application for the early child community that would coordinate programs where limited coordination exists, streamline the process for families in need, and create a more efficient system to improve outcomes for young children and their families.

  • Medicaid, TANF, SNAP, and CHP already in PEAK
  • Head Start
  • CCAP
  • CPP
  • Free & Reduced Lunch
  • Child & Adult Care Food Program
  • WIC
  • LEAP
  • Affordable Housing
  • Nurse Family Partnership
  • HIPPY
  • PAT
  • Healthy Steps
  • Early Intervention
  • Child Find (Part B of IDEA)
projects 5 and 6 outcomes results matter and kindergarten readiness
Projects 5 and 6: outcomes (Results Matter) and Kindergarten Readiness)

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understanding the results matter project
Understanding the Results Matter Project

Staffing

Internal Preparation for Project Administration

Plan and Implement Results Matter Scale-Up in Early Head Start and Head Start Programs

Plan and Implement Results Matter Scale-Up (Cohort 1) in School Readiness Quality Improvement Program (SRQIP) Sites and other center based and family child care sites serving children funded through CCAP

Plan and Implement Results Matter Scale-Up (Cohort 2) in School Readiness Quality Improvement Program (SRQIP) Sites and other center based and family child care sites serving children funded through CCAP

Long-term System Improvement Activities

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understanding the kindergarten readiness project
Understanding the Kindergarten Readiness Project

Staffing

Selecting and supporting the school readiness assessment system

Public information/orientation

Work with Teaching Strategies

Phase 1 implementation

Phase 2 implementation

Data systems and project improvement

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understanding the workforce project
Understanding the Workforce Project

Staffing

Core Competencies Framework

Establish and Support the Coaching Network

Develop and Distribute Workforce Incentives

Implement the Learning Management System/Registry

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projects 1 and 2 statewide coordination governance and early learning development guidelines
Projects 1 and 2: Statewide Coordination (Governance) and Early Learning Development Guidelines

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understanding the governance
Understanding the Governance

Staffing and Governance Structure

Local Council Incentives

Statewide Stakeholder Communication

Office of Early Childhood Consolidation

Increase awareness and adoption of Colorado's Strengthening Families Framework

Healthy Child Care Colorado

Quality Performance Assessment

OEC RTT Effectiveness

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understanding the governance1
Understanding the Governance

Communication Planning and Supports

Guideline Materials Production

Guidelines Training

Communication Evaluation

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project leads
Project Leads

Kindergarten Assessment and Work Force

Sharon Triolo-Moloney

303.866.6781

Triolo-moloney_s@cde.state.co.us

Results Matter Expansion

Nan Vendegna

303.866.6602

Vendegna_n@cde.state.co.us

TQRIS

David Collins

303-866-5946

David.collins@state.co.us

Governance and Standards

Mary Anne Snyder

303-866-5979

Maryanne.snyder@state.co.us

Tammi Graham

303-866-6672

Tammi.graham@state.co.us

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