Know the policies and find resources to support implementaion.
Pre-K for All’s research-based Interdisciplinary Units of Study, created by the Division of Early Childhood Education, support student learning in all domains using developmentally appropriate practice.
As part of the historic Pre-K for All initiative, pre-K leaders and teachers will have the opportunity to participate in citywide professional learning sessions.
Get information about ESR-I Screening and authentic assessments.
The NYCDOE uses the Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS) and the Early Childhood Environmental Ratings Scale – Revised (ECERS-R) tools to understand the extent to which pre-K programs are successful at reaching those high-quality standards that support student development and learning across all five domains of the State pre-K Learning Standards.
The City of New York is seeking talented early childhood educators to lead high-quality pre-K classrooms in public school and New York City Early Education Centers (NYCEECs) across the city.
Pre-K for All is excited to offer the Lead Teacher Incentive Program for the 2016-2017 School Year. This program aims to attract and retain certified lead teachers in full-day (six hours and twenty minutes) Pre-K for All programs at New York City Early Education Centers (NYCEECs), including the Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) EarlyLearn programs and charter schools.
The Pre-K Quality Snapshot provides a concise overview of each pre-K program's quality based on a variety of data sources that lead to a high-quality pre-K experience. Click here to learn more.
To support your program's use of Fun with Feelings, click here to learn more about the available resources.
Read the Pre-K for All Quality Standards to learn about key practices of family engagement, rigorous and developmentally appropriate instruction, professional collaborations, and leadership that support children.