Commission on Teacher Credentialing
Child Development Permit Advisory Panel
August 10-11, 2015
300 Lakeside Drive #25
Oakland, CA 94612
Monday, August 10, 2015
Item I: Call to Order - CTC Executive Director Dr. Mary Vixie Sandy and CDP AP Chair Dr. Deborah Stipek will open the meeting with a welcome to the advisory panel, introductions, and an overview of the meeting agenda.
Item II: Charge to the Advisory Panel - Dr. Sandy will frame the work of the advisory panel, define its charge, and discuss its role in advising the Commission.
Item III: Panel Procedures - An overview of the general procedures that will be used to facilitate the advisory panel's work will be provided, including a review of the provisions of the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act that govern meetings of the advisory panel.
Item IV: Establishing a Strategic Vision - Staff will work with the advisory panel to develop strategic vision to guide the review of the Child Development Permit as directed by the Legislature.
Item V: Preparation and Licensure leading to the Child Development Permit - The advisory panel will receive an overview of the current requirements for earning a Child Development Permit, the status of current preparation leading to the Permit, and expectations for permit holders providing child care and development services in Title 5 authorized programs. The advisory panel will engage in whole and small group analysis of the permit to discuss state expectations for the preparation and licensure of this workforce.
Tuesday, August 11, 2015
Item VI: Opening - The advisory panel will review work completed and set expectations for the day's work.
Item V: Preparation and Licensure leading to the Child Development Permit - continued.
Item VII: Monitoring Quality in Preparation for the Child Development Permit - The advisory panel will review current quality assurance practices and consider potential options consistent with the Commission's statutory responsibilities for monitoring quality in preparation.
Item IIX: Closing and Next Steps - A synthesis of the meeting outcomes and any necessary direction to the staff regarding next steps and agendas items for future meetings will be provided.
Item IX: Public Comment on Matters not Included on the Agenda
Reasonable accommodation: The meeting is accessible to the physically disabled. A person who needs a disability-related accommodation or modification in order to participate in the meeting may make a request by contacting Erin Sullivan at (916) 327-7178 or sending a written request to that person at 1900 Capitol, Sacramento, California, 95811. Providing your request at least five (5) business days before the meeting will help ensure availability of the requested accommodation.