Professional development work by the Child and Family Policy Center focuses on working with educators to improve their practices in the classroom. The center uses a collaborative approach for professional development and emphasizes incorporating educators in the training process. Past and current projects include training educators on conducting child-level assessments in the classroom, coaching educators on the use of curriculum-based assessments, and working with administration to improve and sustain overall quality of early childhood centers.
The CFPC has worked to improve early childhood quality and care through various professional development trainings and on-site coaching supports. Our Center is committed to working with local agencies and organizations to ensure that their programs provide all children and families the best care in the most effective high quality way.
Reach our Authentic Assessment Hotline
Call 212-998-9003 for practice-related questions regarding using your authentic assessment tool, including Work Sampling, Teaching Strategies Gold, and COR Advantage