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Research Brief: Identifying Practices and Features of High-Quality HBCC Networks

This research brief presents findings from a targeted literature review on home-based child care (HBCC) networks that support HBCC providers, including regulated family child care (FCC) providers, and/or family, friend, and neighbor (FFN) providers who are legally-exempt from regulation. The review was conducted by the Erikson Institute to inform the development of the benchmarks and indicators for HBCC networks that are described in the companion brief, Strengthening HBCC Networks: An Evidence-Based Framework for High Quality.

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Implementing Benchmarks for High- Quality HBCC Networks: Findings from a National Survey of HBCC Networks

This report includes findings from a national survey of networks about how HBCC networks address the benchmarks and indicators for high-quality.
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If I can, You Can

Gisela Sance shares how the Leading from Home program has given me her opportunities to expand her network, access new resources, and raise awareness for child care.
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How I Learned to Be a Child Care Leader

Catrice Sida, a home-based child care provider leader, shares her journey on becoming a provider leader.