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Examining Quality in Family Child Care thumbnail
 A recent evaluation by researcher Toni Porter finds that family child care providers in All Our Kin's network score significantly higher on research-based measures of quality than similar providers who are unaffiliated with All Our Kin.
This research was also recently published in an article in the March 2016 edition of Zero to Three, the scholarly journal distributed by the national organization ZERO TO THREE. 
If you've read the report and would like to know more about the analysis behind it, you can access the full technical version
Gateways to Two Generations
This new report from Ascend at the Aspen Institute identifies All Our Kin’s efforts to train and support early childhood educators as one example of a “promising approach” that creates opportunities for parents and children to thrive.
All Our Kin New Haven Program
A recent evaluation by Opportunities Exchange and Sussman Associates finds that All Our Kin “has been able to help increase the number of family child care providers in New Haven, their income, and their quality."

A new report from Morrison Downs Associates, Inc. commissioned by the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood underscores All Our Kin's impact while examining current efforts and future opportunities to support and enhance the quality of family child care across the state.

Staffed Family Child Care Networks: A Strategy to Enhance Quality Care for Infants and Toddlers

Staffed family child care networks like All Our Kin are "uniquely positioned to strengthen and improve FCC programs in order for infants and toddlers to thrive in quality care," according to Zero to Three.

The Economic Impact of the All Our Kin Family Child Care Tool Kit Licensing Program

The Family Child Care Tool Kit Licensing Program delivers significant economic benefits to both family child care providers and the New Haven region, according to a study conducted by the University of Connecticut Center for Economic Analysis. 

For the executive summary, click here.


Involvement in All Our Kin programs supports how family child care providers think about and understand the children in their care, according to survey data collected in 2014 from family child care providers.

To read a summary of survey results, click here.