Standards, Practices and Resources

From the National Center for Children in Poverty: Practices for Promoting Young Children’s Learning in QRIS Standards

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About half of statewide Quality Rating Improvement Systems (QRIS) refer to the state’s
Early Learning Guidelines (ELGs), most often in standards that require staff training
in how to implement ELGs or the use of a curriculum or learning activities aligned
with ELGs. This brief provides a further examination of the strength of supports
for children’s early learning in QRIS standards and an analysis of QRIS standards.

To read the full report, click here.

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