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White Paper #4: Summary and recommendations
Family, Consumer, and Human Development Faculty Publications
  • Alexander Fronk
  • Krista Gurko
  • Ann Marie Berghout Austin, Utah State University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2013
Abstract
This is the fourth and last white paper in the series describing an implementation science evaluation of Utah’s Care About Childcare (CAC) QRIS program. CAC is a voluntary, strengths-based program wherein providers report the quality criteria met by their child care program. CAC is administered by the Utah Office of Child Care (OCC) and the regional CCR&R offices. OCC staff and CCRR directors and staff involved in CAC were interviewed for this white paper series. Their responses are organized according to an implementation science framework. Methods are reported in the first white paper. In this paper we report on CAC’s measures of success as summarized by CCR&R interviewees. We then summarize overall strengths and opportunities for growth noted during the interview.
Citation Information
Alexander Fronk, Krista Gurko and Ann Marie Berghout Austin. "White Paper #4: Summary and recommendations" (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/ann_austin/21/