Browse State Resource Library

The State Resource Library contains resources developed by states to support their QRIS implementation. You can search resources by state and/or state resource type.

State: Any Resource Type: Leadership & Professional Development

Alaska

The Alaska System for Early Education Development, or SEED, is Alaska's early childhood professional development system. Based at thread, SEED is a collaborative of Head Start, the Tribal Childcare Association, State of Alaska...

California

California Early Childhood Online offers free online overview modules covering key California Department of Education’s Early Learning publications and resources and other state-approved content. Each overview module is between 1 and 4 hours, and...

Georgia

Georgia’s Pre-K Professional Development Evaluation is a three-year, Race to the Top-funded study of the impact of specific professional development models on teacher-child interactions. The purpose of the study, conducted by scientists from the...

Illinois

The Lead Learn Excel Library was created for instructional leaders of early education schools and centers who aspire for instructional excellence and kindergarten readiness for all children. The tools in this library focus on the skills and systems...
Town Square understands that family child care is essential to providing quality care for all children. This resource understands the unique challenges family child care providers face balancing the needs of their homes and small businesses. Town...

Louisiana

This 2013 report by Louise Stoney, compares wages and benefits across market-based child care, school-based Prek and Head Start programs in Louisiana. Wage data are reported from existing sources, coupled with information on employee benefits obtained...

New Hampshire, New Jersey, Rhode Island

Thanks to the support of the W. Clement and V. Jessie Stone Foundation, the Center for the Study of Child Care Employment has developed the Early Childhood Higher Education Inventory, a tool designed to assist policymakers and other stakeholders develop...
Thanks to the support of the W. Clement and V. Jessie Stone Foundation, the Center for the Study of Child Care Employment has developed the Early Childhood Higher Education Inventory, a tool designed to assist policymakers and other stakeholders develop...

North Carolina

Through funding from the Division of Child Development and Early Education, a Race to the Top Early Learning Challenge Grant, Child Care Services Association (CCSA) conducted a statewide survey of the early care and education workforce in North Carolina...
This new framework from the North Carolina Division of Child Development and Early Education is based on federal guidelines and encompasses early care and education and the school age care system. These competencies are focused on adult professional...