DC Professional Development Registry

Website
| Author: Office of the State Superintendent of Education

The DC Professional Development Registry (DCPDR) is a resource from the Office of the State Superintendent of Education to support the professional growth of the early childhood and before/after school workforce. The DCPDR supports the workforce by providing the following: electronic portfolio that tracks professional accomplishments, career guide or pathways to professional growth, access to training and professional development opportunities and data that streamlines the licensing and quality monitoring protocols for administrators.

Audience:
Providers
Topic:
Child Care and Early Learning
Family Supports
Provider Best Practices
Grade Levels:
Prenatal
Infant (birth-18 mo.)
Toddler (18-24 mo.)
Preschooler (2-4 yr.)
School-age (5-8 yr.)

The DC Professional Development Registry (DCPDR) is a resource from the Office of the State Superintendent of Education to support the professional growth of the early childhood and before/after school workforce. The DCPDR supports the workforce by providing the following: electronic portfolio that tracks professional accomplishments, career guide or pathways to professional growth, access to training and professional development opportunities and data that streamlines the licensing and quality monitoring protocols for administrators.

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