Juliet Bromer leads the Home-Based Child Care Support research initiative at Erikson. She is currently the principal investigator of the National Study of Family Child Care Networks and the director of the new Family Child Care Quality Improvement Learning Collaborative.
She also is working with stakeholders in Philadelphia on the Philadelphia Family Child Care Collaborative Project to plan a family child care collaborative to support quality improvement and professionalism for home-based child care in the city.
Workforce development and quality improvement in family child care settings, relationship-based approaches to professional development, family and community support roles of child care providers, and the role of family-provider relationships in early care and education.
- B.A., Columbia University, New York
- M.S. in education, Bank Street College of Education, New York
- Ph.D. in human development, University of Chicago, Chicago
Bromer, J. & Porter, T.B. (2017). Staffed Family Child Care Networks: A Research-Informed Strategy for Supporting High-Quality Family Child Care. National Center on Early Childhood Quality Assurance, Office of Child Care. https://childcareta.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/public/fcc_networks_brief_0.pdf
Bromer, J. & Korfmacher, J. (2017). Providing high-quality support services to home-based child care: A conceptual model and literature review. Early education and development. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10409289.2016.1256720
Bromer, J. & Weaver, C. (2016). Supporting family child care and quality improvement: findings from an exploratory survey of Illinois child care resource and referral agency staff. International Journal of Child Care and Education Policy, 10 (4). https://ijccep.springeropen.com/articles/10.1186/s40723-016-0020-8
Bromer, J., McCabe, L.A., & Porter, T. (2013). Special section on understanding and improving quality in family child care: Introduction and commentary. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 28 (4), 875-879.
Bromer, J. & Bibbs, T. (2011) Relationship-based professional development for support staff and quality improvement in family child care: From research to program development. Zero to Three Special Issue on Family Child Care.