Human Services Accreditation Naeyc

Anne E. Casey Foundation, Arkansas Department of Human Services, Arkansas Head Start State Collaboration Office, The Joyce Foundation, Mary Black Foundation, evidence that your program meets the NAEYC Accreditation Standards and Supportive Skills.

Of Human Services, says, Arkansas developed a quality accredi-tation program in the 1990s incorpo- Does your organization use the NAEYC Accreditation Program Standards and Criteria to offer quality improvement support to early childhood programs

Landscape, climate, and ages served, hours, services, sponsors, and budgets. We need to acknowledge not just the educational needs of children in full-day NAEYC Accreditation and most state licensing standards do not commonly called the “full human presence” of others to overcome

Department of Public Health and Human Services Quality Assurance Division – Licensure Bureau Child Care Licensing Day Care Facility Square Footage Report / Floor Plan EXPLANATIONS OF CALCULATION OF SQUARE FOOTAGE

Submitted to the New Jersey Department of Human Services JULY, 2006 NAEYC- National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) child care center accreditation. Then accreditation.

(human services administration, business administration, organizational development, public administration) the program through the NAEYC Accreditation process (at least 12 months prior to visit) 40 Baccalaureate degree or higher in ECE-related

Community Action and Human Services . Child Development Services . Child Care Resources & Referral . 2525 NW 62nd St., NAEYC . CHURCH AVENUE ACADEMY . NEW BEGINNINGS CHRISTIAN . Contract upon revocation/suspension/termination of Provider’s licensure or accreditation or under the

1 NAEYC Accreditation Determination for ExceleRate Illinois . Administered through Illinois Department of Human Services, and the Illinois State Board of Education. 1. Family and Community Engagement Accepted for Gold Circle of Quality a.

Minnesota Department of Human Services. NAEYC accreditation is a voluntary system by which programs measure themselves against a rigorous national set of standards. Compliance with those standards is evaluated by an assessor assigned

Quality Recognition Seeking: National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Accreditation Fees 1-800-649-2642 Child Development Division (CDD)

Care centers (e.g., Colorado Department of Health and Human Services, Larimer County Department of Health, Poudre Fire Authority) Ensuring that the ECC meets and maintains NAEYC accreditation standards Oversight for the implementation of the Reggio Emilia philosophy

Child Care Connections is pleased to offer the NAEYC Accreditation Facilitation Project to Child Care Centers in El Paso County. This opportunity is funded by the El Paso County Department of Human Services as part of an Early Childhood initiative of the Alliance for Kids