QRIS National Learning Network
The Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS) National Learning Network was formed by a coalition of states and organizations. Network members are united in the desire to use rating and improvement strategies to elevate the quality of care in state early care and education systems and to support and improve children’s development. We provide information, learning opportunities and direct technical assistance to states that have a QRIS or that are interested in developing one.
This website has been developed as a QRIS information clearinghouse. Within our libraries, you will find a variety of resources that will help your state in advocating for Quality Rating and Improvement Systems and that will assist you in your planning and improvement efforts.
The BUILD Initiative and the QRIS National Learning Network are pleased to announce that we will be hosting the "2014 QRIS National Meeting: Building High-Quality Systems through QRIS" from July 23-25 in Denver, Colorado. This meeting will share the latest research, effective practices, innovations and big ideas in the development, implementation and revision of quality rating and improvement systems (QRIS). The structure of the meeting will be designed to foster cross-state discussion and peer exchange. Click here to see the program and resources from last year's meeting.
Click here for the 2014 QRIS National Meeting registration page. Register for the meeting, pay via credit card (or check) and make your hotel reservations, all at the same time.
Click here for the 2014 QRIS National Meeting Draft Agenda Outline.
Our National Resource Library will assist you in learning more about QRIS and their elements and in planning a QRIS for your state. The library contains toolkits, handouts and published documents on a variety of searchable topic areas.
State Resources & Profiles
Our State Resource Library contains nuts and bolts QRIS implementation information. The library houses training guides, forms, and technical assistance materials that individual states have developed for their QRIS.