Child_Care_Resources_Reports

Early Care & Education

Publications

The Office for the Advancement of Early Care and Education, on behalf of the Policy Roundtable for Child Care and the Child Care Planning Committee, oversees research and the development of reports and publications that tackle issues relating to building the capacity and enhancing the quality of early care and education programs that are accessible and affordable for families and promote children’s optimal development.

County of Los Angeles

Publications

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Data Collection and Analysis

Needs Assessment 2016 – Reports and Supplemental Reference Materials

The State of Early Care and Education in Los Angeles County – Los Angeles County: Child Care Planning Committee 2017 Needs Assessment Executive Summary

Los Angeles County 2017 Needs Assessment – Technical Report

Elevating the Voices of Children: The State of Early Care and Education in Los Angeles County

Whitebook, M., McLean, C., and Austin, L.J.E. (2016). Early Childhood Workforce Index – 2016, Executive Summary. Berkeley, CA: Center for the Study of Child Care Employment, University of California, Berkeley

Whitebook, M. & McLean, C. (2017). Educator Expectations, Qualifications, and Earnings: Shared Challenges and Divergent Systems in ECE and K-12. Berkeley, CA: Center for the Study of Child Care Employment, University of California, Berkeley

Whitebook, M., Phillips, D., & Howes, C. (2014). Worthy work, STILL unlivable wages:The early childhood workforce 25 years after the National Child Care Staffing Study, Executive Summary. Berkeley, CA: Center for the Study of Child Care Employment, University of California, Berkeley.

Needs Assessment 2016 Backup Data

Capacity and Demand – Family Child Care Homes and Centers for Infants and Toddlers in Working Families of All Income Levels – 2016

Capacity and Demand – Family Child Care Homes and Centers for Preschool Children in Working Families of All Income Levels – 2016

Capacity and Demand – Family Child Care Homes and Centers for School Age Children in Working Families of All Income Levels – 2016

Subsidized Early Care and Education Capacity for Low-Income Working Families – Birth to 5 Years Old – 2016

Subsidized Early Care and Education Capacity for Low-Income Working Families – Infants & Toddlers (Birth to 36 Months) – 2016

Subsidized Early Care and Education Capacity for Low-Income Working Families – Preschool (Ages 3 to 5) – 2016

Subsidized Early Care and Education Capacity for Low-Income Working Families – School Age (Ages 5 to 12) – 2016

LPC Local Funding Priorities

LPC Local Funding Priorities – FY 2018-19

LPC Local Funding Priorities – FY 2018-19 Slide Deck

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