Q1: What happens if a program fails to submit a Self Report?
Failure to report any major changes to the NAEYC within the established deadline will result in the program being required to submit to additional verification, which may include a verification visit at the program's expense.
Q2: Are there fees associated with Self Reporting changes?
There are no fees due upon submission of a Self Report form, but the result of the Self Report may indicate require programs to submit to the following additional fees, if applicable:
Merging or separating sites
Read more in the Additional Fees chart.
Q3: Can a Self Report form be submitted via fax or email?
The Self Report form can be submitted via email according to the submission instructions on the form itself.
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