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This chartbook draws from data collected in the 2012 and 2019 NSECE Center-based Provider Surveys. In the NSECE, a center-based provider delivers CCEE services to children age five and under, not yet in kindergarten, at a single location.

This research brief uses nationally representative data from the American Indian and Alaska Native Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey (AIAN FACES 2019) to understand how Region XI Head Start children’s centers responded early in the COVID-19 pandemic to support children and families. It describes the strategies that children’s centers used to communicate with families and the needs that families reported to center staff. It also explores whether children’s centers provided supports that corresponded with families’ needs and how the services and referrals that children’s centers provided to children and families changed during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Research agenda for examining the impacts of COVID-19 on child care and early education (CCEE), including young children, families, the CCEE workforce, CCEE programs, and the broader CCEE system.

Explore OPRE's Descriptive Data on Region XI Head Start Children and Families: AIAN FACES Spring 2020 Data Tables and Study Design to learn more about the background, design, methodology, analytic methods, and descriptive statistics.

Explore this recorded session from the Society for Research in Child Development 2021 Biennial Meeting (SRCD 2021) focused on web-based professional development approaches that aim to target coach-caregiver interactions to improve caregiver-child interactions.

This brief describes the implementation of We Grow Together, a research-based professional development system for caregivers working with infants and toddlers in center-based care and family child care homes.

Explore this review of the knowledge base and a new theory of change for children's transitions from Head Start to kindergarten.

This brief describes differences in beliefs, knowledge, and practices of infant and toddler caregivers from fall 2018 to spring 2019 — before and after implementation of the We Grow Together Professional Development System.

The AIAN FACES 2021-22 data collection will examine child, family, and staff well-being in light of the COVID-19 pandemic in the fall of 2021 and spring of 2022. Head Start program leaders, federal staff, and researchers recognize the need for information about how children, families, teachers, and programs are doing to inform and support children, families, and programs following the COVID-19 pandemic in Region XI.

This brief describes the professional development experiences of caregivers and PD providers that participated in the field test of the We Grow Together Professional Development System.