Indiana Accreditation Project
WHAT IS THE INDIANA ACCREDITATION PROJECT?
The Indiana Accreditation Project provides coaching and financial resources to early care and education facilities that are enrolled in Paths to QUALITY™, Indiana’s early care and education quality rating and improvement system. To learn more about Paths to QUALITY™ and national accreditation, click here.
With funding provided by the Office of Early Childhood and Out of School Learning through the federal Child Care Development Fund, the Indiana Accreditation Project awards scholarships to eligible early care and education facilities seeking a Paths to QUALITY™ Level 4 rating for all steps of the national accreditation process, including on-going maintenance costs. To learn more about the eligibility requirements for an accreditation scholarship and to apply, click here.
To assist with this process, the Indiana Accreditation Project provides each early care and education facility with a Paths to QUALITY™ Coach that specializes in the maintenance of the Paths to QUALITY™ Level 3, national accreditation, and achieving and/or maintaining Paths to QUALITY™ Level 4, the highest rating in the system. To learn more about the resources that a Paths to QUALITY™ Coach can provide, click here.