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About The Nevada Registry

What is The Nevada Registry?

Serving Early Childhood educators throughout Nevada, The Nevada Registry is a workforce data system that captures important information about the Early Care and Education (ECE) workforce in Nevada through career development, recognition and data collection.

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Guiding Principles

The work of The Nevada Registry is guided by a number of guiding principles that establish the framework for the program.  These guiding principles also form the foundation to our vision, mission and value statement.

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Program Policies

The Nevada Registry is governed by policies and procedures that are carefully constructed to protect the privacy of our members and to support the professional development of individual members, registered trainers and the field of Early Care and Education as a whole. 

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Reports & Statistics

As a recognition and data collection system for Early Care and Education (ECE), The Nevada Registry is in the unique position to gather a vast amount of data about the workforce in our state that is otherwise unavailable.

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New, Updates & Events

  • ARP Stipend Updates: Family, Friend & Neighbor Providers (FFN)

    The application for Family, Friend and Neighbor (FFN) Providers participating in the subsidy program is now available online at

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  • Nevada Department of Education: Notice of Public Workshops

    The notice of Public Workshop to allow the Department of Education to begin the regulatory process for bills that were...

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  • Washoe County Child Care Work Permit Cards: Authorization Form Required

    Everyone visiting the Sheriff’s Office in Washoe County to obtain either a new or a renewal child care work permit...

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  • Two Washoe County Educators Named as First-Ever Nevada Early Childhood Educators of the Year!

    The Nevada Department of Education (NDE or Department) recognizes two Washoe County educators as the inaugural recipients of the Nevada Early...

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  • Now Accepting Proposals for the 2022 Early Learning Institute Conference

    The 2022 Early Learning Institute (ELI): Thriving Children, Thriving Communities is now accepting proposals for the March 2022 (virtual) conference....

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  • Child Care Facilities Required to Continue to Follow COVID Precautions 

    Including sanitation, disinfection, screening, masks and reporting of positive cases. Guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Nevada Regulations...

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  • NECAC 2022+ Strategic Plan Subcommittee Meeting

    The next meeting of the Nevada Early Childhood Advisory Council (NECAC) – 2022+ Strategic Plan Subcommittee is scheduled for Thursday...

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  • Help the U.S. Department of Labor Honor Essential Workers

    The Department of Labor is working to recognize the essential workforce, their sacrifices, and ceaseless efforts to protect our health...

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  • Early Childhood Education Criticality Survey

    The Nevada Department of Education, Office of Career Readiness, Adult Learning, and Education Options is in the process of updating...

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  • Special Offer! Take ‘The Importance of Play in Early Childhood’ as a No-Cost Trial Course Today!

    CCEI is proud to offer CHD104: The Importance of Play in Early Childhood as an online no-cost trial child care...

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