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OECOSL Request for Services 20-047: CCDF Agreement Centers

The Office of Early Childhood and Out-of-School Learning has released Request for Services 20-047 seeking responses from child care providers interested in receiving funding to serve more Child Care and Development Fund-eligible children by becoming a CCDF Agreement Center. Eligible providers must be licensed or registered, meet CCDF federal and state regulations, be rated a Paths to Quality Level 2 or above, and currently serve or expand through this contract to serve infant and/or toddler-aged children. As a CCDF Agreement Center, providers must have open seats at their program available for CCDF-eligible children and have a plan to increase or maintain their PTQ Level to a Level 3 or Level 4. The RFS 20-047 webpage  contains more information including eligibility criteria and instructions for how to apply. Proposals are due by Monday, February 24, 2020, at 3 p.m. EST.

OECOSL Request for Funding 20-002: Early Childhood Capacity Building grant program (round 4)

OECOSL has released the fourth round of its Early Childhood Capacity Building Grant Program. OECOSL Request for Funding 20-002 seeks applications from 1) Indiana county/community coalitions containing early childhood education providers or 2) individual Indiana early childhood education providers interested in building their capacity to provide high quality early childhood education to eligible four-year-old children through either achieving a PTQ Level 3 or Level 4 rating and/or expanding the number of available seats for eligible four-year-old children. For this round of the Early Childhood Capacity Building grant opportunity, only county/community coalitions and/or individual early childhood education providers from the Indiana counties specified in the RFF are eligible to apply. The OECOSL RFF 20-002 webpage ( contains more information including eligibility criteria (including the list of eligible counties), eligible project descriptions, and instructions for how to apply.

School Age Child Care grant

The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration, Office of Early Childhood and Out of School Learning administers funds for school-age programs through the state School Age Child Care Project Fund. The purpose of the SACC funding is to support school age programs that offer before/after school care services to children ages 5 to 15.