Category: Data Sets

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2019 Alliance Data Set Full Report

The 2019 National Workforce Registry Alliance Dataset consists of data from 14 registries: Arizona, Connecticut, Miami-Dade (Florida), Illinois, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. These registries followed the Partnership Eligibility Review (PER) guidelines for data submission. The dataset represents active registry participants as of January 1, 2017, through March 1, 2019, and includes individual records from 398,986 professionals (337,551 of whom were currently employed) working across 63,306 programs/facilities. Of the 14 registries, participation is mandatory for most of the workforce for Illinois, Nevada, Ohio, Oklahoma, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

2019 Alliance Data Set Executive Summary

The 2019 National Workforce Registry Alliance Dataset consists of data from 14 registries: Arizona, Connecticut, Miami-Dade (Florida), Illinois, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. These registries followed the Partnership Eligibility Review (PER) guidelines for data submission. The dataset represents active registry participants as of January 1, 2017, through March 1, 2019, and includes individual records from 398,986 professionals (337,551 of whom were currently employed) working across 63,306 programs/facilities. Of the 14 registries, participation is mandatory for most of the workforce for Illinois, Nevada, Ohio, Oklahoma, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. This is the executive summary of the full report.

2017 Alliance Dataset Report

This report presents descriptive analyses about the early childhood and school-age workforce based on the 2017 National Workforce Registry Alliance Dataset. It also presents analyses examining the relationship of age with education level, descriptive statistics on training hours classified by the Alliance Core Knowledge areas, and the relationship between licensed center director registry participation and staff participation. This report features two new analyses: a focus on school-age participants and longitudinal analyses examining changes in employment status, education, and role between the 2015 and 2017 datasets.