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Delaine is part of Child Care Gubernatorial Candidate Forum on October 18, 2017 from 4:00-5:30 p.m. at the DoubleTree Hotel in Sacramento. Jointly hosted by the California Child Care Resource & Referral Network (Network) and the California Alternative Payment Program Association (CAPPA), this Forum is the kick-off event of their Annual Joint Conference. Format TBD.
The organizations and their staff that participate in this Annual Conference, are committed to creating the best possible child care system for all families, therefore, this Forum will focus on child care and it’s interconnectedness with topics such as poverty alleviation, school readiness, and the impact of child care on the economy.
Following the forum, there will be time to mix and mingle with attendees from 5:30 to 6:00 p.m.
Who is hosting the Forum:
In 1976, Governor Brown signed legislation that created both Alternative Payment Programs (AP) and Child Care Resource & Referral Programs (R&R) in the California Department of Education. These programs continue to this day to provide information and resources to parents and training and support to child care providers. The Network www.rrnetwork.org is the statewide membership organization made up of R&R programs that are publicly funded through both state and federal funds and present in each county in California. CAPPA www.cappaonline.com is the statewide membership organization made up of AP programs that administer state and federal child care subsidies. Our agencies help parents find child care that best meets their needs, help build the supply of child care, provide training and technical assistance to child care providers, administer public child care subsidies that help low income parents pay for child care, document child care needs and trends, and collaborate with community partners to promote a holistic vision of child care that includes health, early literacy, mental health and special needs.
2001 Point West Way
Sacramento, CA 95815
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