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Your program worked hard to achieve NAEYC Accreditation! An NAEYC-accredited program represents the highest mark of quality in early childhood education; display your NAEYC Accreditation certificate with pride and use the NAEYC logo and resources to promote your program as a leader in the field.
Updating NAEYC is an essential part of maintaining NAEYC Accreditation and ensures that accredited programs are continuing to meet the requirements, and NAEYC Early Learning Program Standards and Assessment Items. As a part of maintaining accreditation, programs are required to keep NAEYC updated by submitting self-reports, 72-hour notifications and annual reports.
Additional Verification may be required to maintain your program’s NAEYC accreditation. Additional verification may consist of the review of information provided in the process of updating NAEYC about your program, or submitting to a verification site-visit.
Renewal of your program’s accreditation begins on the 4th year anniversary. Be sure to refer to the accreditation timeline for your program’s renewal due date to avoid a lapse in your accreditation.