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We’re here for you

Dear Partners, All of us at the Institute would like to reach out to let you know we remain here for you during these uncertain times. Our initiatives and services, including New York Works for Children and Aspire, QUALITYstarsNY, the Informal Family Childcare Project, Coaching, the Career Development Center, the NYC Early Childhood Research Network […]

Remembering Liege Motta

It is with profound sorrow that I write to inform you that Liege Motta passed away peacefully on Nov 22, 2019, surrounded by her family. Liege was loved and respected by many. Through her active Facebook account, she often reminded us all to act on our commitment not only to children, but also immigrants, women […]

A Special CDA Program at CUNY

The Council for Professional Recognition’s latest newsletter features the 12-credit bearing Child Development Associate Credential (CDA) offered at the CUNY School of Professional Studies (CUNY SPS) in partnership with the Institute. The CDA is the most widely recognized national credential in early childhood education and an important stepping-stone on the career pathway for many early […]

The Institute’s Diana Diaz Elected President of the National Workforce Registry Alliance

The National Workforce Registry Alliance (the Alliance) is an association comprised of members from throughout the country who oversee early childhood workforce data systems. In NYC, the New York Early Childhood Professional Development Institute operates the Aspire Registry, New York’s early childhood workforce database under the leadership of Diana Diaz. The Institute is proud to […]

New Research Explores Instructional Leadership in NYC’s Pre-K for All

The Institute’s New York City Early Childhood Research Network brings research scientists and public agency leaders together to learn from each other, conduct research, and consider findings and their implications for public policy. A new Research Network study conducted by researchers from  Bank Street Center on Culture, Race & Equity and National Center for Children […]

New Report on New York State Early Learning Workforce Highlights Issues with Compensation and Staff Wellbeing

The New York Early Childhood Professional Development Institute is committed to building a system that supports the early childhood workforce. Capturing teacher voices, understanding their professional and career development needs, and sharing key information to help policy makers ensures that we nurture a highly effective workforce.  QUALITYstarsNY, the state’s Quality Rating and Improvement System for […]

Pre-K for All: New study recommends ways to bring universal quality to universal access

The Institute’s New York City Early Childhood Research Network brings research scientists and public agency leaders together to learn from each other, conduct research and consider findings and their implications for public policy. Columbia University’s National Center for Children and Families at Teacher College, one of the Network’s research teams, have released their study that […]

ACS and CUNY Join Forces to Educate NYC Parents

A recent article from Voices of NY highlights a project between the Administration for Children’s Services and CUNY to help parents of young children obtain the Child Development Associate Credential (CDA). The CDA is the most widely recognized national credential in early childhood education and an important stepping stone on the career pathway for many […]

Quality Pre-K

The New York Early Childhood Professional Development Institute works to ensure access to excellence for all young children by working with early childhood organizations locally, across the state, and around the country to create and enhance comprehensive early childhood systems serving children from birth through age 8. The Institute's Executive Director, Sherry Cleary, and the […]

Staten Island Alliance for North Shore Children and Families

The Institute is pleased to announce that in January 2019, we began a new project, funded by The Staten Island Foundation, to coordinate and support the work of the Staten Island Alliance for North Shore Children and Families. The Alliance is a collective impact initiative, bringing together local stakeholders interested in improving the outcomes for […]