The PreK in Family Child Care (PKFCC) Project issue series explores strategies, successes, and challenges in the implementation of publicly funded PreK delivery in family child care (FCC) settings in the U.S. Intentionally (re)designing PreK systems to be more inclusive, equitable, and just can pave the way for transformative change across early care and education (ECE) systems that can result in enhanced outcomes for young children and families.
Lewis, S., Hallam, R., Hustedt, J. T., Bromer, J., Melvin, S. A., Iruka, I. U., & Morgan, J. A. (2023). Strategies toward the equitable implementation of preK in family child care: curriculum, assessment, developmental screening, and monitoring. The Family Child Care in PreK Project Brief Series. Erikson Institute, University of Delaware, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.