As part of the Healthy Futures: Improving Health Outcomes for Young Children project, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has developed a curriculum for managing infectious diseases designed for early education and child care professionals. The free curriculum is available as both an individual online learning module or as in-person trainings lead by health professionals.
The purpose of this Technical Bulletin is to clarify reporting issues for Tribal grantees that own and operate a child care center (Tribally Operated Center - TOC) to deliver all or part of their child care services funded by CCDF. The bulletin addresses frequently asked questions that these grantees have raised with the Office of Child Care (OCC), and with the National Center on Child Care Data and Reporting (NCDR).
The Child Care Data Viewer, available to CCDF State and Territory grantees, is a software tool to help improve the quality of ACF-801 data and enhance its utilization. To use the Data Viewer on your computer you must have minimum hardware and software requirements, and you must have access to the ACF-801 monthly data files.