2018 QRIS National Meeting

104. Supporting Quality for Infants and Toddlers: Making the Most of QRIS

Date: Tuesday July 17, 2018
Time: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Location: Harbor Island 1

Relationships, continuity, and curriculum are principal indicators of quality for infants and toddlers. As states continue to revise their QRIS, this is the time to develop and implement an infant-toddler focus in all aspects of the QRIS-- not just on standards, but implementation supports and investments-- and demonstrations of success. This session engages leaders from several states in a discussion of their infant- and-toddler-focused QRIS work. We will also discuss the unique developmental needs of infants and toddlers, their relationships, their caregivers and their families, and how to address these within the QRIS, moving from “what is” to "what should be.” 

This session made possible through the generous support of the JB & MK Pritzker Family Foundation Children’s Initiative. 

Presenters: Mayra Acevedo, Partnership for Community Action; Michelle Aguilar, Washington Educational Service District 112; Dan Reagan, Delaware Stars

Resources: application/pdf icon104 Delaware presentation.pdf
application/pdf icon104IntroPowerPoint.pdf
application/pdf icon104PowerPoint.pdf