Preschool Coordinators Spring Regional Meetings

Preschool Coordinators Spring Regional Meetings

Preschool Coordinators Spring Regional Meetings 2019 Event link: https://nceln.fpg.unc.edu/node/3802 Office of Early Learning Introductions Regional Representatives and Coordinators 2 Office of Early Learning Objectives are to increase your understanding of:

new state and federal legislation affecting preschool programs transition to Kindergarten pilot project Early Childhood Discipline in NC and Equity in IDEA the meaning of the state and your LEA data on Child Find, Early Childhood Outcomes, Transition and Least Restrictive Environments new DCDEE requirements for criminal background checks 3 Office of Early Learning Past Events Understanding Your Child Find Data: https://nceln.fpg.unc.edu/sites/nceln.fpg.unc.edu/files/events/2018%20Child%20Find%20Webinar-10-16-18.pdf

4 Office of Early Learning Upcoming Events National Early Childhood Inclusion Institute, May 7-9, Chapel Hill Foundations Social-Emotional Modules 1-11 (Western) June 25-27, Hendersonville, 9-4 Foundations Social-Emotional Modules 1-11 (Southeast) June 2628, Wallace, 9-4 Foundations Social-Emotional Modules 1-11 (Northeast) July 1517, Williamston, 9-4 5 Office of Early Learning NC IDEA 619 Grant

https://modules.fpg.unc.edu/nceln/619introtrainingpresentation/619introtrainingpresentation.html Online training program at: Chapter 1 - Funding for Preschool Exceptional Children Chapter 2 - Data You Will Need to Collect to Complete the 619 Grant Chapter 3 - Eligibility and Use of Funds Chapter 4 - The Grant Submission Process 6 Office of Early Learning Preschool Exceptional Children Services in NC

7 Office of Early Learning NC Public School Preschool Profile Licensure Status Inclusive Classes Separate Classes Total Licensed 1,204 (79%) 184 (34%)

1,388 (67%) Not Licensed 323 (21%) 352 (66%) 675 (33%) Total 1,527 536

2,063 Status of Public School Operated Preschool Classes Data Source-619 Preschool Grant, 2018 8 Office of Early Learning SLP Program Settings 2017-18 Service provider location- drive... NC Pre-K in scho... Private child care class with no state or federal fun... Head Start in other loca... Church presch... NC Pre-K in child ...

79% 61% 60% 60% 45% 34% 32% Head Start in sch... Title I cla... University preschool pro... 2% 18% 10%

Percent of LEAs who serve children in each setting 9 Office of Early Learning Itinerant Program Settings 201718 Private child care class with no state or federal funding Head Start in other location Service provider location Home Church preschool NC Pre-K in schools NC Pre-K in child care Head Start in schools Title I classes University preschool program

60% 58% 56% 45% 43% 37% 34% 17%

7% 4% 10 Office of Early Learning Preschool Exceptional Children % Growth Child count Total Pre-K December 1, 2016

April 1, 2017 % Growth 12,973 16,264 24% 11 Office of Early Learning 2017-2018 data reported on Preschool Grant, May 2018

12 Office of Early Learning NC Child Find Program 2017-18 Number of Evaluations Completed State totals # Comprehensive assessments #

Not eligible % not eligible # Speech assessments # Not eligible %

not eligible 7787 950 12% 4,807 649 14% Source: IDEA, Part B 619 Grant, May 2018

13 Office of Early Learning Handouts 14 https://nceln.fpg.unc.edu/lea-data-child-find Office of Early Learning 15 Office of Early Learning

https://nceln.fpg.unc.edu/node/3619 16 Office of Early Learning Guiding Practice Document: https://nceln.fpg.unc.edu/node/ 3619 Guiding Practice Mailout Form: http://bit.ly/gpmail2019 17 Office of Early Learning 18

Office of Early Learning Understanding the Preschool LRE data Annual Performance Report Indicator 6 Data Collected Fall 2017 2017-2018 Reporting Year 19 Office of Early Learning What is preschool LRE? By determining the total number of children in each of the settings and calculating two summary statements

based on the December 1st headcount. *Federal government requires that we include 5 year olds in Ktg. who have not turned 6 by December 1st. 20 Office of Early Learning Setting Performance Targets for Program Accountability 21 Office of Early Learning Summary Statement

Calculations Summary Target A = % of children RECP (10 hours a week) with services provided in that location all children Summary Calculation B = % of children Separate class + Separate School + Residential all children 22 Office of Early Learning Indicator 6 National Percentages Over Time Chart Title

6A:RECP services in program 44 42 26 2012-13 6B Sep class, sep school, residential 45 44 26

2013-14 26 2014-15 45 25 2015-16 45 25

2016-17 25 2017-18 23 Office of Early Learning North Carolina Indicator 6 Targets 24 Office of Early Learning

North Carolina Indicator 6 Targets 25 Office of Early Learning North Carolina Educational Environments Percent of ALL Children 3-5, Including Kindergarten December 1, 2017 Indicator 6 35% 22% RECP,

services in program Sep class, Sep school, residential 26 Office of Early Learning North Carolina Educational Environments Percent of ALL Children 3-5, Including Kindergarten 37.65% December 1, 2017

19.70% Indicator 6 35% 22% RECP, services in program Sep class, Sep school, residential 27 Office of Early Learning 28

Office of Early Learning 619 Educational Environments Reporting Categories December 1, 2017 3-5 Excluding Kindergarten 29 Office of Early Learning 619 Educational Environments Reporting Categories December 1, 2017 3-5 Excluding Kindergarten 6a pre-K 30

Office of Early Learning 619 Educational Environments Reporting Categories December 1, 2017 3-5 Excluding Kindergarten 6b pre-K 31 Office of Early Learning Dec 1, 2017 3

4 Pre-K 5 K-5 Total RECP 10+ Services in Program A1 970 2465

798 2333 6566 RECP 10+ Services Other Loc A2 723 1655 510

2817 5705 RECP<10 Services in Program B1 66 73 33 214

386 RECP<10 Services Other Loc B2 156 229 64 247 696

Separate Special Ed Class C1 1303 1462 310 1063 4138 Separate School

C2 17 43 7 60 127 Residential or Hospital C3

3 5 3 6 17 Home D1 160

135 31 33 359 Service Provider Location D2 929 692

126 82 1769 4327 6761 1882 6751 Total

32 Office of Early Learning Summary Statement by Age Band (December 1, 2017) Age Level 3 4 PK5 K5 Summary Statement A A1 +B1/all

Summary Statement B C1+C2+C3/all 24% 31% (1323/4327) 38% 22% (1036/4327) (2538/6761)

(1510/6761) 17% 44% (320/1885) 37% 16% (831/1885) (2547/6926)

(1129/6926) 33 Office of Early Learning Children in Indicator 6 A and B Compared by Age 3 (N=4,327) 4 (N=6,761) Summary Statement A (A1+B1/... PK5 (N=1,885)

K5 (N=6,926) Summary Statement B (C1+C2+C3/... 34 Office of Early Learning Percent of Children by Age Represented in 6A and 6B 35 Office of Early Learning

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Autism 36 Office of Early Learning Lunch 37 Office of Early Learning State Agency Collaboration on Early Childhood Education/Preschool to Kindergarten Transition Pilot Phases I & II 38

Counties in Pilot Davidson County Iredell-Statesville Edgecombe County Northampton County Craven County Buncombe County Transylvania County Caldwell County

Lincoln County Sampson County Henderson County Rockingham County Pender County Onslow County Guilford County Randolph County Wake County Nash/Rocky Mount Montgomery County

39 Office of Early Learning Child Development Status Report 40 Office of Early Learning Rating the Behaviors 41 Office of Early Learning

Developing a Transition Process Based on Best Practices Guiding Practice 1: Conduct a kindergarten orientation in each childs receiving elementary school. Guiding Practice 2: Families share information about their child with the kindergarten teacher. 42 Office of Early Learning Developing a Transition Process Based on Best Practices

Guiding Practice 3: Preschool and kindergarten teachers should work together to create and send home activity packets, such as What to Expect in Kindergarten, for children to play with prior to kindergarten entry. 43 Office of Early Learning Developing a Transition Process Based on Best Practices Guiding Practice 4: Preschool

teachers frequently use I Can Do It! statements with preschool students in the spring of each year. Guiding Practice 5: Preschool teachers share child development status information with families and kindergarten teachers. 44 Office of Early Learning Benchmark of Quality for Transition Plan

45 Office of Early Learning Implementation Timeline 2018-19 2020-2021 2022-2023 2025 NC Pre-K All fourNC Pre-K NC Pre-K

and year-old classrooms classrooms Subsidy classrooms in 10 in 30 classrooms in 100 counties counties in 100 counties counties 46

Office of Early Learning Interpreting Child Outcomes Data 47 47 Office of Early Learning Early Childhood Outcome Measurement Decision Tree 48

Office of Early Learning Data Collection and Analysis 49 Office of Early Learning https://nceln.fpg.unc.edu/node/2772 50 Office of Early Learning 51

Office of Early Learning 52 Office of Early Learning 53 Office of Early Learning 54 Office of Early Learning Early

Childhood Outcome Measurement Decision Tree 55 Office of Early Learning 56 Office of Early Learning Developmental Trajectories 57

Office of Early Learning Developmental Trajectories 58 Developmental Trajectories 59 Developmental Trajectories 60 61

Office of Early Learning 62 Office of Early Learning 63 Office of Early Learning Summary Statement 1 Answers the question, what percent of children made greater than expected growth and changed their developmental trajectory by the time they exited the

program? Calculation: C+D A+B+C+D 64 Office of Early Learning Summary Statement 2 Answers the question, what percent of children exited the program on age-level? Calculation: D+E A+B+C+D+E

65 Office of Early Learning NC State Data Summary Statement 1: _________% of children made greater than expected growth and changed their developmental trajectory by the time they exited the program Summary Statement 2: _________% of children exited the program on age-level 66 Office of Early Learning

67 Office of Early Learning Comparing LEA and State Trajectory Patterns HO. Understanding the comparison between LEA and State Summary Statements 68 Office of Early Learning Comparing State and LEA Trajectories

69 Office of Early Learning Comparing State and LEA Trajectories 70 Office of Early Learning Comparing State and LEA Trajectories 71 Office of Early Learning

Comparing LEA results to targets 72 Office of Early Learning Early Childhood Outcome Data SelfAssessment 73 Office of Early Learning Transition from Part C to B

Have you revised your catchment area transition plan? 74 Office of Early Learning NC State Transition Data Target 100% North Carolina State child notifications from Part C

2012-2013 2013-2014 97.75% 98.08% 6300 6551 2014-2015 98.84% 6374 2015-2016

2016-2017 2017-2018 97.74% 96.50% 86.03% 6637 6660 7072 75 Office of Early Learning 76

Office of Early Learning LEA Transition Data Display 77 Office of Early Learning DCDEE Rule on Criminal Backgrou nd Checks

Public School Preschool Programs 78 Office of Early Learning Who is covered? Any person who works in a classroom licensed by DCDEE Licensed classrooms (67% of public school classrooms), and Afterschool programs that are licensed Any person who volunteers in a classroom and is either:

Counted in the staff/child ratio, OR DCDEE Rule on Criminal Checks: Has unsupervised contact Background with children https://ncchildcare.nc.gov/Portals/0/documents/pdf/C/CBC_GS_1 10-90_2.pdf 79 Office of Early Learning Background DCDEE administers the Child Care Development Fund (CCDF), a multimillion dollar federal block grant to

the State of NC. In 2016, Congress amendment the background check requirement so that all applicable persons must have a background check every three years. Public schools were initially exempt under a waiver, but that waiver expires on September 30, 2019. All covered staff in public schools must complete the 80 th requisite background checks prior to September 30 . Office of Early Learning Application Process Applications are at https://ncchildcare.ncdhhs.gov

Select background check on the provider dropdown menu Cost to applicant is $25 plus a $1.50 convenience fee. The state covers the rest of the cost. Applicant needs to have a fingerprint done (usually LiveScan). There may be a cost associated with this If applicant has lived out-of-state at any time in the past 5 years, s/he must follow the extra steps listed. Qualification letters are good for 3 years and portable 81 Office of Early Learning Wrap up 82

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