The Kansas Career Pathway for Early Childhood Care and Education Professionals implementation steering committee is an advisory group that helped to shape the objectives and activities to meet the vision and goal of the Kansas Career Pathway for ECCE professionals. The committee considered the perspectives of the ECCE workforce, the impact on families and remained child focused when offering suggestions and direction.
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Sherron Field, B.S. Career Pathway Program Coordinator, KCCTO
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OEIE is a full-service evaluation office composed of professional staff including research/evaluation associates and assistants, development and grant specialists, as well as graduate and undergraduate research assistants. This multidisciplinary team complements one another’s skills and possesses the educational background, fieldwork experience, and research abilities relevant to the nature and scope of diverse projects. The OEIE team has wide-range expertise in applied foreign language, athletic training, biochemistry, biology, business administration, communications, conservation biology, counselor education and supervision, criminal justice, curriculum and instruction, educational leadership, environmental resources and policy, epidemiology & biostatistics, infectious disease and zoonoses, music education, political science, public administration, public policy, psychology (developmental, educational, industrial/organizational), social work, and sociology, Further, OEIE offers cultural diversity and perspectives based on staff members’ international experiences and competencies gained through involvement in evaluation activities. All OEIE evaluators are active American Evaluation Association (AEA) members and participate in numerous professional development opportunities. OEIE projects are supported by an evaluation team led by a principal evaluator. Capitalizing on these diverse backgrounds and areas of expertise, OEIE staff utilize well-established research methods and tools (e.g., online surveys, focus groups, one-on-one interviews, social network analysis, citation analysis, and content analyses) to employ innovative approaches in evaluation (e.g., theory-based evaluation and mixed-method approaches to evaluation).