Browse our collection of guides, books, briefs and other publications aimed at providing high quality, thought provoking information for teachers, families, policy makers and all stakeholders in the field of early childhood.
Throughout this report, you will see that the components of our work intersect with each other. We build systems, we innovate, experiment with, and evaluate new paradigms – all the time with an eye towards implementation, and then we support policy change.This diversity of impact comes from our focus on and deployment of a diverse and talented range of people.
This set of policy briefs from the New York Early Childhood Professional Development Institute identifies recommendations to improve recruitment and raise the caliber of early childhood candidates, develop a comprehensive approach to induction and introduces a new approach to early childhood teacher preparation.
The more you learn together about a child and how she develops and learns, the better you can support her. The New York State Early Learning Guidelines (The Guidelines) can help. Use this document to get started with the Early Learning Guidelines.
There are several pathways to becoming a New York State certified early childhood education teacher. This booklet is designed to make navigating that process a little simpler.
Produced by our ACS/CUNY Informal Family Child Care project, this periodic newsletter provides information and activities specifically aimed at the work of family child care providers.
The New York State Early Childhood Advisory Council and the New York Early Childhood Professional Development Institute are pleased to announce the release of the results of the first-ever comparative analysis of performance data on programs participating in QUALITYstarsNY, New York State’s early childhood quality rating and improvement system.
The policy brief contains policy recommendations for making positive change in the field of early childhood care and education. In latest issue, we present an overview of our workforce policy recommendations. This is the first policy brief in a series the series: "Building the Pipeline for a Successful Early Childhood Workforce in New York."
To develop a profile of the workforce, we surveyed directors, teachers, and assistant teachers in licensed community- and school-based early childhood centers in New York serving children birth to five years old
A needs assessment conducted by the New York Early Childhood Professional Development Institute.
Early Childhood News was a periodic publication produced by the institute from 2008 to 2012. Each issue included news from the field, news from the Institute, as well as activities, advice and assistance for early childhood professionals.