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NCSL Legislative Video Resource Center

The NCSL Video Resource Center is a collection of recorded webinars accessible for on-demand learning.

From Knowing to Growing: Using Data to Strengthen and Expand You State's Early Care and Education Workforce

Nearly 90,000 early care and education professionals have left the field since early 2020, leaving parents across the country without care and employers without workers. Learn how two states, California and Louisiana, are tapping into workforce data to inform policy and investments for the early care and education workforce.

Children, Youth and Families Policy: Legislative Trends and 'A Look Ahead'

NCSL policy staff will preview hot topics many legislatures are likely to confront in 2023. Presenters will cover child welfare; child support and family law; early childhood; and food, housing and economic security. Be among the first to tap into new resources on significant state legislation enacted in 2022.

Strengthening and Supporting the Oral Health Workforce

As policymakers across the nation grapple with oral health care access challenges, states have implemented policies to strengthen their oral health workforces. This webinar will explore the challenges states face in providing high-quality oral health care and dive into workforce strategies and how they may be leveraged to reduce geographic and racial health disparities. Speakers will discuss state actions that support the provider infrastructure, expand the oral health workforce through innovative models, and improve access for those in areas with oral health care shortages.

Interstate Teacher Mobility Compact Information Session (Dec. 15, 2022)

The Council of State Governments (CSG) is partnering with the Department of Defense (DoD) and the National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification (NASDTEC) to support the mobility of licensed teachers through the development of a new interstate compact. This compact will create reciprocity among participant states and reduce barriers to license portability and employment. The Interstate Teacher Mobility Compact (ITMC) has been finalized and is available for enactment. Hear more about the newly released Interstate Teacher Mobility Compact, including its development and key components.

General Session: What's Up in Washington, D.C.: A Federal Overview

Learn everything you need to know about what's going on in Washington, D.C., at this informative, fast-paced briefing. During the last 10 minutes, participants will have the opportunity to join a breakout room for further in-depth discussion on transportation, criminal justice, education, health and human services and more.