EVERY CHILD DESERVES QUALITY, AFFORDABLE AND ACCESSIBLE EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION SERVICES
CPAC Committees meet once a month and focus discussions and planning on their respective policy priority area.
Committee Chairs are designated to preside over committee meetings.
CPAC Membership Meetings are open to the public and provide important updates from CPAC’s committees, public agencies, key stakeholders and the early care and education community. Throughout the year there are interesting presentations on subjects that are pertinent to the early education field.
2nd Wednesday of Every Month
9:30am – 11:15am
The Workforce Committee plays a leadership role on behalf of CPAC by advocating for, designing, and implementing a citywide system that ensures San Francisco’s early care and education workforce has the resources and skills necessary to provide the highest quality care possible to San Francisco’s children and families.
3rd Tuesday of Every Month
2:00pm – 3:30pm
Cheryl Horney, Sara Hicks-Kilday
& Mona Malan
Joint CPAC & ECE Advocacy Coalition Policy Committee
The Legislative & Public Policy Committee monitors, reviews, analyzes, and makes recommendations to CPAC about any proposed legislation or public policy related to early care and education that may impact families in San Francisco.
1st Wednesday of Every Month 9:30am – 11:30am &
3rd Wednesday of Every Month 4:00pm-5:00pm
& Naeemah Charles
Title 5 Contractor’s Committee
The CDE/CDSS Contractor’s Committee is comprised of the California Department of Education and California Department of Social Title 5 contractors participating in San Francisco’s Individualized Child Care Subsidy Pilot Project. The Committee is charged with problem-solving and planning for the stabilization of subsidized child care for San Francisco. The Committee works with the Pilot administrators to plan, implement, and modify the Pilot project in order to maximize the use of CDE/CDSS funding for state subsidized early care and education programs, in order to benefit eligible children and families in San Francisco.
2nd Thursday of Every Month
3:00pm – 4:30pm
Cheryl Horney & Ben Wong
African American Children Ad-Hoc Committee
The African American Children Ad-Hoc Committee studies and analyzes how current systems reinforce racism and impact children, families and educators and makes funding, policy and programmatic recommendations.
& Gina Fromer
Needs Assessment Ad-Hoc Committee
Local Planning Councils are mandated by the Education Code to conduct a Needs Assessment every five years. The Needs Assessment Ad-Hoc Committee organizes the work of CPAC members, Resource and Referral staff, administrators, and public agency staff, and a consultant to produce the report.
Every 2nd Wednesday of the month 9:30am – 11:15am
& Graham Dobson
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