Accreditation and Ratings
About the National Association for the Education of Young Children
NAEYC Accreditation is awarded for five years. In that time period, programs submit annual reports documenting that they maintain compliance with the NAEYC program standards. All NAEYC-Accredited programs are also subject to unannounced visits by skilled and reliable NAEYC program assessors to ensure that they continue to meet the standards. To verify a program's accreditation, please visit www.naeyc.org
What is NAEYC Accreditation?
Early childhood programs accredited by the NAEYC Accreditation have voluntarily undergone a comprehensive process of internal self-study and improvement. Each NAEYC-Accredited program must meet all 10 of the NAEYC Early Childhood Program Standards. NAEYC is the mark of quality for our accredited programs.
For more information about stands and NAEYC Accreditation, visit www.rightchoiceforkids.org
About Oregon's Quality Rating System
Oregon's Spark is a program that raises the quality and consistency of child care and early learning programs across the state. The Quality Rating System recognizes, rewards and builds on what early learning and development programs are already doing well. It helps ensure children in Spark programs are ready for kindergarten by connecting programs and providers with free tools, financial incentives and professional advice that they can put into practice with confidence.
Lane Child and Family Center rated 5 Stars
As of November 30th 2014, Lane Child and Family Center received a 5 star rating and continues to maintain that rating. Programs are rated based on the following standards:
- Children's Learning & Development
- Health & Safety
- Personnel Qualifications
- Family Partnerships
- Administration & Business Practices
For more information, please visit: Oregon's Spark Program