The Aspire Registry April Newsletter

The Aspire Registry team has released their April newsletter. For more than a year now, the Aspire Registry Newsletter has discussed the latest Registry news and events, and highlighted the work of New York professionals in the field of early childhood. The newsletter also provides information about useful resources and tips for early childhood professionals. […]

The Informal Family Child Care Project March Newsletter

The Informal Family Child Care (IFCC) Project team has released their March newsletter. The newsletter includes the latest IFCC Project news and events, and provides useful resources, tips, and activities for early childhood professionals. It is also translated into Spanish! In this month’s newsletter, the IFCC team discusses how to have purposeful and intentional interactions […]

Children in New York City are healthier since the start of Pre-K for All

In a recent article on Chalkbeat New York, Christina Veiga discusses how the launch of Pre-K for All has led to improved health outcomes for low-income children. In a report released this month by the National Bureau of Economic Research, using data from 2013 through 2016, researchers found that children eligible for pre-K were more […]

The Aspire Registry March Newsletter

The Aspire Registry team has released their February newsletter. For more than a year now, the Aspire Registry Newsletter has discussed the latest Registry news and events, and highlighted the work of New York professionals in the field of early childhood. The newsletter also provides information about useful resources and tips for early childhood professionals. […]

Free Job Search Workshops For Early Childhood Professionals!

Maloune Samuel Finding a job is hard work!  That statement is no less true for early childhood professionals as it is for other job seekers.  In fact, in the field of early childhood, where the intentional development of career plans and goals are not always prioritized, it may even be more challenging. To address these […]

The Children’s Program Administrator Credential (CPAC)

The Children’s Program Administrator Credential (CPAC) of New York State has established a standard used to measure program management and leadership abilities of early childhood and school-age program administrators. The credential was developed by The New York State Association for the Education of Young Children and may be earned by both new and experienced administrators […]

The New York State Parent Guide-March Webinar

What new parent hasn't wished that a baby came with an instruction manual? While the New York State Council on Children and Families' new Parent Guide is not exactly an owner's manual, it's a close second. The Parent Guide — Starting Life Together: Your Guide for Building a Nurturing, Healthy Relationship with Your Child — offers […]

The Aspire Registry February Newsletter

The Aspire Registry team has released their February newsletter. For more than a year now, the Aspire Registry Newsletter has discussed the latest Registry news and events, and highlighted the work of New York professionals in the field of early childhood. The newsletter also provides information about useful resources and tips for early childhood professionals. […]

Explore the Core Body of Knowledge!

The Institute is kicking off a social media series that will encourage our followers to explore the Core Body of Knowledge: New York State’s Core Competencies for Early Childhood Educators. The Core Body of Knowledge (CBK) outlines the knowledge, dispositions, and skills required to work with young children. It is an essential resource for all […]

The Rise of Play