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263.26 KB IPDP Fact Sheet

IPDP
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181.68 KB Portfolio Quality Indicator Rubric

Certificates, Credentials, and Licensure
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162.27 KB Program Director Competencies Self-Assessment

Competencies & StandardsProgram Directors
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189.42 KB Program Director Credential Fact Sheet

Certificates, Credentials, and LicensureProgram Directors
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BFIS Help Desk

Essential LinksProfessional Development Tracking
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Bright Futures Information System

Essential LinksProfessional Development Tracking

The Bright Futures Information System (BFIS) is the place for parents, early childhood and afterschool programs, and professionals to get answers to questions about child care and the services available to help ensure that high quality child care is available to every child in Vermont.

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Building Bright Futures

Essential LinksVermont's ECPD System

BBF is the statewide nonprofit, public-private partnership focused on improving the well-being of young children and families by improving the system that serves them. BBF improves child and family well-being through three program areas: Community, Data and Policy.

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Child Development Division (CDD)

Essential LinksVermont's ECPD System

CDD’s goal is to increase access to high-quality, sustainable services that are developmentally beneficial for children, strengthen families, and meet their needs. We do this in partnership with families, communities, schools, providers and state and federal agencies.

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STARS

Vermont's ECPD System

STARS is Vermont’s quality recognition system for child care, preschool, and afterschool programs. Programs that participate in STARS are stepping ahead — going above and beyond state regulations to provide professional services that meet the needs of children and families.

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Vermont Association for the Education of Young Children (VTAEYC)

Vermont's ECPD System
The Vermont Association for the Education of Young Children (VTAEYC) will enhance the quality of early childhood programs and professional practices, and advocate for young children (birth through 8 years) and their families to realize the promise of every Vermont child.