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Have you heard about the Telehealth Services Benefit Program?

Receive access to FREE dental and vision coverage, an Employee Assistance Program (EAP), unlimited telemedicine calls, ten teletherapy sessions and an optional Whole Life insurance policy simply for being an active member of The Nevada Registry! (Must be working in a child care center or other Early Childhood-related program in Nevada to qualify.)

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Before enrolling in any educational program, take a few minutes to examine your school/program of choice. You should have a good sense about whether the school/program is the right one for you once you have answered the following questions.

  • What are the educational requirements of the faculty? Who is teaching the course? Are you comfortable with his/her qualifications?
  • What degrees are offered? Make sure your school is offering the degree of your choice.
  • How long will it take to complete the degree? Do you have credits from other colleges that may transfer?
  • What is the curriculum like? Are the classes hands-on, online or reading based?
  • What if you need help? Are you able to contact your professor or a support center if need be?
  • How much is tuition? Are books included? Are there additional “technology” or “lab” fees? Is there a registration fee? See information regarding T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® Nevada for more information on scholarship opportunities in Nevada.
  • And most importantly, is the school accredited? If so, by whom? Make sure the school is accredited by a legitimate accrediting body, keeping in mind that The Nevada Registry only accepts college/university classes and/or degrees from post-secondary schools that are regionally accredited (exceptions made on a case-by-case basis).

The criteria for acceptance is twofold:

  1. The college/university must be accredited.
    To determine whether a college/university is accredited, search the U.S. Department of Education Database of Postsecondary Institutions and Programs found at: The accrediting agency must be recognized.
  2. Schools must be accredited by one of the regional accrediting bodies recognized by the U.S. Department of Education listed below: