Jeremiah Program’s Minneapolis and St. Paul Child Development Centers (CDC) both have earned a 4-star rating from the Minnesota Parent Aware Quality Rating System (QRS), the highest rating possible from the leading early childhood evaluator.
The 1 to 4 star QRS rating system measures best practices identified by research that help children succeed in kindergarten and beyond. The QRS rates physical health and well-being, teaching and relationships, assessment of child progress, and teacher training and education. The Minnesota Department of Human Services leads Parent Aware in coordination with the Minnesota Office of Early Learning.
“It takes a tremendous amount of work and dedication from our CDC to earn this rating,” said Lucy Gerold, Executive Director of the Minneapolis-Saint Paul campuses. “We are proud of our staff and pleased to see them recognized for their excellent work with the wonderful children in Jeremiah Program.”