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Materials for Outreach, Education, and Recruitment

Our partners are an essential component in making the QRIS a success. Below are resources for partner agencies that include more detailed information about the QRIS process, standards, history, and facts. Please contact us if you need more information.

QRIS Materials for All Programs

QRIS Awareness - PowerPoint Presentation
PowerPoint presentation on the QRIS development, content, and process. Also addresses the field test and steps for preparing for statewide rollout.
How We Got Here: A Brief History of the QRIS
To provide more in-depth information of the creation of the QRIS and the field test for programs or partners
The Path to Improvement: The QRIS Building Block System
Information about the structure and tiers of the QRIS
A Foundation for Positive Impact: The QRIS Standards
Details regarding the 5 domains of the QRIS
Getting Started: The Basics of the QRIS Process
Provides a basic understanding of process and supports available

Tool Kit and Resources

Give Children Your Best
Flyer for CCR&Rs, licensing specialists and other partners to leave with programs.
Quality Early Learning Makes a Lifetime of Difference
A more detailed one-page fact sheet on the QRIS: Order Form - Word format
Quality Early Learning Makes a Lifetime of Difference (Statewide)
To provide a more detailed one-page fact sheet on the QRIS
Get Ready
To provide programs with 5 key steps to preparing for the QRIS
Alistase
Prepara Su Programa Ahora Para La Sistema De Calificacion Y Mejoramiento De Calidad De Oregon.

Suggested APA citation

Author, A.A. or [Sponsoring Center] at Teaching Research Institute. (year). Document title. Retrieved from [URL].

Example:

Center on Inclusion and Early Childhood Care and Education at Teaching Research Institute. (2013). Oregon's Quality Rating and Improvement System for family child care programs (registered and certified), field test master document standards with indicators, criteria, and evidence. Retrieved from http://www.wou.edu/tri/QRIS/Family-Based.pdf

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