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Funding

Department of Defense Child Care Curriculum Development (DoD CCCD)

USDA/NIFA and the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Military Community and Family Policy seek to implement a DoD CCCD that is high quality, research- and evidence-based, comprehensive, developmentally appropriate and cost-effective for deployment across the DoDs Child Development System. The curriculum will standardize the delivery of child care education across the Military Services for children age birth to five years (center and home-based care) as well as have the potential for enhancing the quality of child care across the nation. The overall project will include the development of an in-classroom curriculum as well as all supporting materials to include classroom and teacher resources as well as training for child care personnel.

Who Is Eligible to Apply

  • Other or Additional Information (See below)
  • More Information on Eligibility

    See Part III, A. Eligible Applicants in the RFA for details.

    Request for Application (RFA) | Apply: Electronic

    Solicitation Date (Opening) July 26, 2013
    Letter of Intent Due Date None
    Due Date (Closing)
    August 26, 2013
    Estimated Total Program Funding $4,545,455.00
    Range of Awards $0.00 to $4,545,455.00
    Cost Sharing Requirements None
    For More Information Contact Brent Elrod
    Funding Opportunity Number USDA-NIFA-EXCA-004336
    CFDA Number 10.500
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