What is qris?

What is qris?

What is QRIS? The Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS) is a systemic approach to assess, improve, and communicate the level of quality in early and school-age care and education programs.

What is the qris compendium fact sheet?

QRIS Compendium Fact Sheet: Indicators of Quality for Ratings (2017), by the National Center on Early Childhood Quality Assurance, describes the features of the most frequently used quality categories and indicators for QRIS.

What are the criteria for compliance with state qris standards?

The criteria for compliance within each standard reflect what programs must do to achieve a particular level, move from one level to the next, or earn points in a specific category of standards. The criteria vary widely from state to state. These two resources provide an overview and links to state QRIS standards.

What programs are required to participate in the qris?

Programs serving children in the Wisconsin Shares subsidy program are required to participate in the QRIS. Participating licensed center-based and family child care and group homes, as well as certified family child care programs, must accept children receiving subsidies.