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June 2018 Meeting Materials

This page contains supplemental materials that will be presented at the June 2018 State Advisory Council (SAC) Meeting.
Important Notice

Please note: The State Advisory Council on Early Learning and Care is now "paperless". The handouts for this meeting are available below for attendees to print.

California Early Learning Career Lattice Proposal

Child Care and Development State Plan Fiscal Year 2019–21 Final State Plan Including Quality Projects and Areas with Compliance – Additional Child Care Development Block Grant Discretionary Funds

Preschool Expulsion and Suspension

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Last Reviewed: Wednesday, August 8, 2018
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