The Los Angeles Child Welfare-Early Education Partners Infrastructure Project, Final Evaluation: Appendices.
Regency of University of CA.
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These appendices include information from an evaluation of the Los Angeles Child Welfare-Early Education Partners Infrastructure Project (LACWEEP), a federally funded project intended to increase access to high quality early care and education (ECE) services for young children in the child welfare system in Long Beach, California. The evaluation was conducted with ten focus groups involving 78 participants between November 2012 and June 2013. Appendices include: Department of Children and Family Services Head Start electronic referral system screenshots, a questionnaire for ECE providers in Long Beach, California, an explanation of data tracking elements for LACWEEP, a description of organizations participating on the South County/Long Beach Early Care Systems Advisory Committee, a data sharing protocol and infrastructure plan, The Uninterrupted Scholars Act, Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act regulations, a sustainability plan for the LACWEE Infrastructure Project, and surveys to evaluating training effectiveness.
early childhood education; foster children; early intervention programs; interagency collaboration; referral; California; professional training