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. Each month, the newsletter is distributed to over 25,000 Aspire Registry members, a number that continues to grow.
In this month’s newsletter, the Aspire Registry Team discusses their annual focus group. The team is looking for teachers, directors, family childcare providers, and trainers who can share their experience with the Aspire system. Topics will include use of the New York Works for Children website, The Aspire Registry application process, and social media. This month the Aspire Registry Team also shares their successful completion of the Partnership Eligibility Review process! This means The Aspire Registry can participate in data-related projects at the national level, data from New York State will be used to inform policies that can make major changes to wages, work environment, and the overall view of early childhood in our country! In addition, the newsletter features a spotlight on Linda Beck, a Head Start Teacher at Samaritan/Rensselaer Children’s Center. She shares her favorite part of working with young children and offers advice to fellow early childhood educators.
To read the newsletter, click here.