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2018 Training Institute: Continuity of Care & the How-Tos of Monitoring

Join the National Indian Child Care Association for the 2018 Training Institute focusing on the importance of continuity of care and lessons in monitoring. Download the agenda here and see below for booking your hotel! DOWNLOAD AGENDA Explorations in Continuity of Care March 7, 2018 | 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm CT Continuity of care describes programming and policies that ensure children and families are consistently engaged in high-quality learning experiences through stable relationships with caregivers who are sensitive and responsive to young child’s signals and needs. During this half-day workshop, attendees will explore this concept and the research and policies behind it, including implicatio

Weaving the Path to Meaningful Relationships

2017 Biennial Conference | Tulsa, Oklahoma NICCA held its 2017 biennial conference in Tulsa, OK. Attendees heard from renowned speakers from across the nation. To learn more about about the sessions and presenters, please visit the 2017 Biennial Conference page (Coming Soon!).

Huge news for children and families!

Last night, both the House and Senate passed another Continuing Resolution that included a government spending deal that included a $5.8 billion increase for the Child Care and Development Block Grant over two years. Congress voted to approve the largest increase in federal child care funding in history! The agreement will allow the Federal Government will stay open until March 23 allowing time for the House and the Senate Appropriations panels to craft a massive $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill that will fund federal agencies until September 30. NICCA will be developing talking points for our friends and memberships to push for an increased Tribal set aside. We will need your help! Next