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How Cost Models Can Help Tribal Nations Support Early Childhood Programs
Please join Children’s Funding Project and the National Indian Child Care Association for the first in a series of webinars about strategic public financing for tribal nations. The first webinar, “How Cost Models Can Help Tribal Nations Support Early Childhood Programs,” will explain

-why cost models are key for providing high-quality early care and education programs for children and improving employee wages;
-how tribes can benefit from knowing how much money it will take to achieve their goals for young children; and
-how understanding the true cost of operating a child care program can help tribal nations advocate for higher reimbursement rates/payment rates for child care services.

Understanding the true cost of early childhood care and education programs enables tribal program administrators to make the case for sufficient funds to cover the full operating costs of essential programs.

-Sarai Cook, Senior Fellow, Children’s Funding Project
-Kate Ritter, Early Childhood Advisor, Children’s Funding Project
-Jennifer Rackliff, Executive Director, National Indian Child Care Association

Sep 7, 2022 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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