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  • Title: Early Learning
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. Teachers Caregivers.. Career Pathways.. Educational Resources.. Professional Development.. Enhance Quality.. Kindergarten Transition.. Directors FCCH.. Increase Access.. Narrow School Readiness Gap.. School Districts.. What is a Quality Preschool?.. Why Offer Preschool through Districts?.. What Do You Need to Know?.. How to Provide High Quality Preschool?.. Parents Families.. Engaging in Your Child's Education.. Finding Quality Early Care Education.. Transitioning to Kindergarten.. News.. Calendar.. About Us.. About the Web Site.. Contact Us.. Funding.. Community Partners.. Search.. Transitional Kindergarten.. Transitional Kindergarten (TK) Planning Guide Released.. ECE News.. SCOE Early Learning Web Site Adds Features.. Welcome!.. The Sacramento County Office of Education  ...   find:.. Research-based, innovative and promising practices, including the.. Preschool Bridging Model.. and.. collaboratives to support administrators and educators with their on-going efforts to enhance the quality of their programs.. Collaborative opportunities to expand access to high-quality early care and education, including the.. Sacramento County Preschool Plan.. Resources to help.. Teachers and Caregivers.. ,.. Directors and FCCH.. , and.. Parents and Families.. In addition to early learning, learn more about specific programs and services for K-12 public school students in Sacramento County and direct educational services for children and adults by visiting the.. Sacramento County Office of Education.. Web site..

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  • Title: Early Learning - Teachers & Caregivers
    Descriptive info: Whether you are just starting out in early childhood education (ECE) or well along your ECE professional path, you will find resources here to help you take your ECE career and your teaching practice to the next level..

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  • Title: Early Learning - Career Pathways
    Descriptive info: Here's How:.. Set your education goals high! There are many ways to pursue your education:.. Colleges universities.. Local work sites.. Community-based agencies.. Online.. A career in Early Childhood Education (ECE) is exciting and rewarding! To.. ensure that you and the children in your care are the most successful.. , you need to.. prepare yourself for today s ECE programs.. In the past, the only thing you needed to be an ECE teacher was a.. love to work with children.. Nowadays that s the place to start.. AND.. you ll also need education, experience, and competency.. Teacher education and licensing requirements vary by program and are more extensive for programs that receive federal or state funding.. For example:.. By 2013, 50% of all Head Start teachers must have a Bachelor s Degree  ...   and private.. To fulfill your greatest potential and to best position yourself for future opportunities, set your education goals high!.. While the thought of continuing your education may seem a little daunting, there are.. multiple pathways to pursue your education.. Classes and professional development are available during the day, evenings, and weekends and through a variety of venues, such as:.. colleges and universities.. work sites.. community-based agencies.. online.. Contact your.. local community and state colleges.. Talk with academic and financial aid counselors to determine the best path to reach your educational and employment goals.. Throughout your college career their.. guidance will ensure that you select classes that.. prepare you to work with the diversity of California s children.. and families AND are transferable.. to other colleges,.. both 2-year and 4-year colleges..

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  • Title: Early Learning - Educational Resources
    Descriptive info: Did You Know?.. In California, jobs for Preschool Teachers are expected to increase by 11.. 9 percent, or 6,600 jobs between 2008 and 2018.. (Employment Development Department, Labor Market Info).. By October 1, 2011, each Head Start classroom in center-based programs must have a teacher who has at least an associate, baccalaureate or advanced degree in early childhood education.. By September 30, 2013 at least 50% of Head Start teachers nation-wide must have a baccalaureate or advanced degree in Early Childhood Education.. (Office of Head Start).. ELQIS Advisory Committee proposes AA and BA degrees for teachers in the higher levels of the quality rating scale.. (California Early Learning Quality Improvement System Advisory Committee, 2010).. Prepare for your future by touring college campuses.. Meeting with academic and financial aid counselors will help you reach your  ...   of 29,000, graduating almost 6,000 students each year.. Students take their pick from 60 undergraduate, 40 graduate and two doctoral programs.. 6000 J Street.. Sacramento, CA 95819.. (916) 278-6011.. Contact.. Child Development Department.. BA Completion Cohort.. Financial Aid.. Admissions and Outreach.. Los Rios Community College District.. Los Rios' colleges offer transfer education -- students complete freshman and sophomore years and transfer to a four-year college or university -- and AA/AS degrees and certificates in over 70 career fields.. American River College (ARC).. 4700 College Oak Drive.. Sacramento, CA 95841.. (916) 484-8011.. ECE Department.. Prospective Students.. Academic Counseling.. Cosumnes River College (CRC).. 8401 Center Parkway.. Sacramento, CA 95823.. (916) 691-7344.. New Students.. Folsom Lake College (FLC).. 10 College Parkway.. Folsom, CA 95630.. (916) 608-6500.. Sacramento City College (SCC).. 3835 Freeport Boulevard.. Sacramento, CA 95822.. (916) 558-2111..

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  • Title: Early Learning - Professional Development
    Descriptive info: Professional Development Resources.. California Association for the Education of Young Children (CAEYC).. The California Association for the Education of Young Children is dedicated to advancing excellence throughout the early care and education profession.. CAEYC envisions a respected professional workforce providing developmentally appropriate and culturally sensitive, high-quality, early care and education for all young children achieved through research, education, professional development and advocacy.. California Early Childhood Mentor Program (CECMP).. The California Early Childhood Mentor Program provides resources and support to aspiring and experienced teachers and administrators in programs serving children birth to five and before- and after-school programs.. California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN).. The purpose of the CPIN is to provide professional development and  ...   child development students and professionals.. Comprehensive Approaches to Raising Educational Standards (CARES).. The CARES program encourages retention of caregivers in the field and provides cash incentives or resources to further educational attainment.. Professional Association for Childhood Education (PACE).. PACE is a non-profit, California statewide organization established in 1955 to advance the profession of childhood education.. PACE provides resources and services to enhance business management practices, teaching skills and curriculum.. Supporting Early Education Delivery Systems (SEEDS).. The SEEDS Project offers training and technical assistance to administrators, staff, and families involved in early childhood special education programs.. Assistance is provided to programs serving children ages birth to five in Local Education Agencies (LEAs) throughout California..

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  • Title: Early Learning - Enhance Quality
    Descriptive info: Build on the existing quality of your program through additional professional development and services to support your staff, environment, and curriculum.. The following agencies, organizations, and projects support Sacramento County efforts of enhancing the quality of early care and education:.. Assessment Tools.. Education and Professional Development.. Facilities.. Teaching and Learning Resources.. Training and Technical Assistance..

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  • Title: Early Learning - All About Kindergarten
    Descriptive info: All About Kindergarten.. Find resources and materials to support children's early learning and transition to kindergarten.. Getting Ready for Kindergarten..

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  • Title: Early Learning - Directors & FCCH
    Descriptive info: Directors Family Child Care Home (FCCH).. Early childhood leaders, like center directors and family child care providers, are gatekeepers to quality and creators of additional licensed slots.. Find resources to build on your existing program quality and open new programs that meet the needs of Sacramento County s children and families..

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  • Title: Early Learning - Increase Access
    Descriptive info: Increasing access to high-quality early care and education requires funding and facilities.. The following agencies, organizations, and projects support Sacramento County efforts to enhance quality early care and education.. Local Resources.. State Resources.. Federal Resources.. Child Action, Inc.. offers a variety of.. resources and services to assist new providers.. as they begin their child care business and offers.. ongoing assistance to support existing child care providers.. to develop quality care for children.. Constructing Connections Sacramento.. Constructing Connections Sacramento works to.. create a streamlined process for child care facilities financing and development that increases children and families access.. to quality child care and development services.. Sacramento County Local Child Care and Development Planning Council.. The Council works to.. promote the development of quality child care in Sacramento County.. through community education, collaboration and advocacy.. Licensing Family Child Care Homes.. Child care providers, both home- and center-based, must be licensed if caring for children from more than one family and who are not related to the provider.. Because the licensing process can be lengthy, involve Licensing at the beginning to shorten the timeline.. Small Business Development  ...   sector's understanding of the.. facilities development process and access to facility development resources.. Licensing Center and Large Family Home.. Child care providers, both home- and center-based, must be licensed if caring for children from more than one family.. and who are not related to the provider.. California Department of Education (CDE).. Child Development Contracts State Preschool and General Child Care and Development.. Through the California Department of Education, Child Development Division, over 1,460 contracts are dispersed through approximately 797 public and private agencies statewide to support and provide services to almost 500,000 eligible children.. Head Start.. The Head Start program provides grants to local public and private non-profit and for-profit agencies to.. provide comprehensive child development services to economically disadvantaged children and families.. , with a special focus on helping preschoolers develop the early reading and math skills they need to be successful in school.. In FY 1995, the Early Head Start program was established to serve children from birth to three years of age in recognition of the mounting evidence that the earliest years matter a great deal to children's growth and development..

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  • Title: Early Learning - Enhance Quality
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  • Title: Early Learning - Narrow School Readiness Gap
    Descriptive info: ECE Directors Family Child Care Home Providers can address the school readiness gap by building their program quality, supporting parents as their children s first teacher, and collaborating with neighborhood schools and districts to develop practices for children s smooth transition to kindergarten.. These agencies and organization can help.. The purpose of the CPIN is to provide professional development and technical assistance to.. preschool teachers and administrators.. to ensure preschool children are ready for school.. First 5 California.. The California Children and Families Act, passed by voters in 1998, called for the formation of a State Commission to oversee and support the funding of education, health and child care programs for  ...   to providing children with the tools necessary to make them successful life-long learners.. Preschool Bridging Model (PBM).. Through.. on-site mentoring and coaching, educational and quality improvement planning, and instructional materials to enhance learning environments.. , the Preschool Bridging Model (PBM) enhances the quality of child care for children birth to five in Sacramento County.. The model promotes seamless kindergarten transition for children and their parents/guardians by facilitating continuity between early care and education providers and elementary schools.. Preschool California.. Preschool California's mission is to expand access to effective early learning programs, starting with those that need it most.. Effective early learning helps address the readiness gap before it becomes an achievement gap..

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