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547879 (Softbound)
547886 (e-book)
978-1-60554-787-9 (Softbound)
9781605547886 (e-book)
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Leveraging shared services alliances and knowledge hubs helps child care providers improve efficiency and save time and money by collaborating with their peers.

Shared services is a fairly new concept in the early childhood space but one that is gaining traction through the work of a number of individuals and organizations across the country. Shared services knowledge hubs and alliances together allow us to collaborate with other professionals and save time and money, focusing these resources instead on increasing quality, addressing workforce issues, and expanding access of services to children and families with fewer barriers. When we bridge the gap between child care center and family care providers we make the field stronger and more successful. What We Can Learn from Shared Services Alliances, a Redleaf Quick Guide, provides context surrounding the history of early childhood education and child care to explain the genesis of current crises in the field, then explains how leveraging shared services systems can help through pooling resources and information and sharing access to technology such as automation and financial management systems.

Redleaf Quick Guide, softbound, 88 pgs.

Available Spring 2023

About Amanda DiScala

A past president of the New Jersey branch of NAEYC, Amanda DiScala has been a preschool and kindergarten teacher as well as serving as a center director for over a decade, at Bridges to Learning more..