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1 Recommendations for Removing QRIS Standards Board Meeting February 12,

2 Background In Spring 2012, EEC contracted with EDC to update the literature review to include updates to the standards. In 2012, EEC contracted with University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute (UMDI) to conduct the QRIS Validation Study UMDI provided EEC with a measurement map of standards to be included and excluded in the QRIS Validation Study. 2

3 3 QRIS Standards Reviews of QRIS standards have found that the current standards fall into the following categories: Evidence based Measurable Linked to Child Outcomes Already Measured in an evidenced based tool used in QRIS Not linked to Child Outcomes Not measurable

4 Recommendations for Removing Standards EEC and the Planning and Evaluation Committee recommends removing standards that fall into the following three categories: Already Measured in an evidenced based tool used in QRIS (11 Standards for Center Based, 8 for Family Child Care, 9 for School Age and Out of School Time) Not linked to Child Outcomes (3 standards for Center Based, 10 for Family Child Care, 3 for School Age and Out of School Time) Not measurable (12 Standards for Center Based, 4 for Family Child Care, 3 for School Age and Out of School Time) 4

5 Recommendations for Removing Standards Standards that are proposed to be removed fall into the 5 core categories Curriculum, Assessment and Diversity (3 in FCC, 2 in Center Based, 1 in School Age and Out of School Time) Safe, Healthy Indoor and Outdoor Environments (3 in FCC, 3 in Center Based, 1 in School Age and Out of School Time) Family and Community Engagement (5 in FCC, 2 in Center Based, 4 in School Age and Out of School Time) Leadership, Management and Administration (8 in FCC, 13 in Center Based, 9 in School Age and Out of School Time) Workforce Development and Professional Qualifications (2 in FCC, 6 in Center Based, 0 in School Age and Out of School Time) 5

6 Recommendations for Removing Standards Removal of the Standards does not mean the standards are not important. The standards proposed to be removed are either measured elsewhere through evidence based tools, are currently collected data (i.e. PQ Registry, BAS, PAS) or have no link to child outcomes thus it is unclear of their connection to quality. Some of the standards proposed are currently included in the QRIS Validation Study 6

7 Standards Already Measured in an Evidenced Based Tool used in QRIS 7

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9 Standards Not linked to Child Outcomes 9

10 Standards Not Measurable 10

11 Standards Not Measurable 11

12 Standards Already Measured in an Evidenced Based Tool used in QRIS 12

13 Standards Not linked to Child Outcomes 13

14 Standards Not linked to Child Outcomes 14

15 Standards Not Measurable 15

16 Standards Already Measured in an Evidenced Based Tool used in QRIS 16

17 Standards Already Measured in an Evidenced Based Tool used in QRIS 17

18 18 Standards Not linked to Child Outcomes

19 Standards Not Measurable 19

20 Exception to Recommendations for Removing Standards The Planning and Evaluation Committee determined that standards regarding Educator education qualifications should remain in the standards even though they are measured by the BAS, PAS and can be verified by the PQR. 20

21 Exception to Recommendations for Removing Standards- Example 21

22 Next Steps Improve the data quality in all of EEC’s systems specifically the PQR and QPM in order to use the PQR data to verify the applicable standards proposed to be removed. February Board Meeting- Board votes on removing standards. QPM is updated based on Board vote. 22


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