School Readiness Providers: CHILD ASSESSMENT
If you are a School Readiness provider who is interested in learning more about child assessment and an opportunity to try child assessment at no cost to your program, please click here (or on the image below) to review the webinar presentation and learn more! We have a limited time opportunity to support your program with child assessment from now until next June 2020, all expenses covered.
Dear School Readiness (SR) Provider,
Congratulations on selecting to participate in child assessment for the 2019/2020 year. We are looking forward to partnering with you on this exciting work!
Based on your 2019/20 School Readiness contract, we know your program has chosen one of the three Office of Early Learning (OEL) approved child assessment tools:
- Teaching Strategies GOLD
- High Scope Child Assessment Record (COR)
Information on the various child assessment tools available is listed below.
The first step in the eligibility process is to provide child assessment Inter-Rater Reliability (IRR) information for 75% of program staff (instructors/directors). Please upload IRR certificates to the Quality Performance System (QPS) for 75% of instructors/directors on your roster by September 1, 2019.
The instructions at the link here will help you to activate your QPS account and upload the reliability certificates (IRR).
If you have any questions, please contact:
Quality Program Specialist
Main: (561) 214-8000
Direct: (561) 600-9421
Dear School Readiness Providers,
Please find at the link below the finalized Rule 6M-4.500 (Child Attendance and Provider Reimbursements), which includes updated reimbursement information on:
- Section 10: Tiered Quality Performance Incentive differential rates based on program assessment (CLASS)
- Section 11: Differential rate for programs electing to complete child assessment (using either the COR, Galileo or Teaching Strategies GOLD)
- Please click on the link here (or flyer to the right) for more information on the various Child Assessment Tools available to meet the requirements of the child assessment component.