Connecticut Quality Improvement System Initiatives
Moving a program along the quality continuum requires commitment and persistence. It also helps to have the best resources available when and where you need them. The Quality Best Practices toolkit provides hundreds of videos, training, tools and resources to support your efforts to achieve NAEYC Accreditation. The Connecticut Office of Early Childhood (OEC) advances a two-generation family-centered approach in our pursuit of optimal health, safety and learning outcomes for young children. Through our core programs, we support infant and toddler care, preschool, after-school care, child care and youth camp licensing, home visiting, and early intervention to address developmental delays. The OEC is working toward better coordinated, cost-effective services that support Connecticut’s youngest children and families. Access to everything is available with an active membership to ctSHARES!
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