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Core data elements for early childhood and school-age registries

Resource Type: Other
Author(s): National Registry Alliance;
Date Issued: June, 2013
Publisher(s): National Registry Alliance
Description: In 2005, The National Registry Alliance recognized the need to establish a list of "core data elements" and define "best practice standards" for early childhood and school-age workforce data and embarked upon a collaborative process to understand the scope of and standards for data collected by its member registries. The resulting "Core Data Elements" document, released in 2006, provided guidance for registry staff members' consideration when building and/or enhancing registry systems. It also served as the foundation for the Alliance's work in developing the Partnership Eligibility Review process and National Workforce Dataset Project. The 2013 Core Data Elements for Early Childhood and School-Age Registries builds on and synthesizes the prior work and captures current trends in registry data collection processes and advancements in data systems planning. (author abstract)
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Source: Washington, DC: National Registry Alliance. Retrieved April 30, 2015, from
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