Technical Assistance is provided for early care and education or school-age programs to help individual classrooms, multiple classrooms and entire programs start up, address corrective action requirements and achieve or maintain a higher quality standard.
Enhanced Technical Assistance includes more intensive services that are intended to improve the quality of child care programs or support start-ups through in-depth services.
Quality improvement projects can involve extensive work to help providers increase their star ratings or achieve or maintain national accreditation. CCR&R staff can also assess individual classrooms or family child care programs to help teachers and directors develop improvement plans to raise their Environment Rating Scale scores (i.e., ITERS-R/ECERS-R/SACERS/FCCERS-R).
Many CCR&R agencies across the state have bilingual specialists available to support programs with non-English speaking families.
Looking for trainings related to our Special Projects? In addition to overseeing the delivery of core CCR&R services, the CCR&R Council manages four special projects to expand and enhance the quality of child care statewide.