The Alliance recognizes that data are powerful when used to inform policy or support quality initiatives. Although a single registry can make significant contributions at the local and state levels, its impact is limited at the national level. With its broad-based membership and foundational standards development, the Alliance is in a unique position to be able to coordinate efforts so registries can collectively have a national impact. To that end, the Alliance devised the Partnership Eligibility Review (PER) to determine the level of "readiness" for participation in data-related projects at the national level that inform policy or support quality initiatives.
Read the pdf Partnership Eligibility Review Overview for more information about the PER projects and process. Is your registry ready to apply for pre-approval?
→ Current cycle information and timelines: pdf PER Cycles 14 and 15 Timeline
→ Yes, I want to participate in a peer group to get our PER application ready! document PER Cohort Participation Form
→ Intent to apply to participate in PER: document Partnership Eligibility Review Intent to Apply Cycle 14 15
Are you interested in sharing your expertise as part of a review team for the PER process? Submit the application form found below.
→ Become a PER Reviewer: PER Reviewer Application.
If your registry is interested in participating in the PER read the Overview document. Contact the Alliance office if you have specific questions or would like a copy of the application packet. The packet is a lengthy document.
Those states and regions with registries which have successfully completed the PER process include Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Maine, Miami-Dade County Florida, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. PER registries are shaded green on the registry map.
The National Registry Alliance's Partnership Eligibility Review process and projects including participation in the National Dataset, and partnership opportunities with the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the National Association of Family Childcare (NAFCC), the National Accreditation Council (NAC) and the Council for Professional Recognition (the CDA Council).