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Confidentiality and Data Privacy Policy:

The information contained in your application is considered confidential. Read the terms and conditions at the beginning of your application process. Make sure you understand what the information will be used for and who will have access to it. The status of an application or any information contained in your application will not be released to relatives, co‐workers or employers.

Learning records are available as a self‐service to The Aspire Registry members. Your learning record and your certificate are a free service and can be printed from your printer. If you do not have access to a printer you have the option to request a copy in writing with a notarized signature.

In accordance with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), records may not be released to a third party without prior written authorization. Telephone or email requests will not be honored.


Fraudulent Information Policy:

The Aspire Registry reserves the right to investigate any suspected fraud. The Aspire Registry staff, at their discretion, may require additional documentation that they believe is pertinent to verify any information provided prior to completing the application process. Those who are found to have given fraudulent information to the registry will be reported to licensing and all pertinent stakeholders. The Aspire Registry reserves the right to inform the Office of Children and Family Services of all fraudulent documentation submission. Read more about the fraud policy here.


Right to Refuse Services

The Aspire Registry reserves the right to refuse services if the applicant’s behavior is deemed harassing, including verbal aggression in person,  by email, phone, or voice mail towards The Aspire Registry staff. The Aspire Registry reserves the right to inform licensing and other stakeholders about this action.


Grievance Policy

If you feel you have been treated unfairly or feel policies and procedures have not been followed by The Aspire Registry staff, you have the right to air grievances in a timely manner and an appeal process may be necessary.  If you have worked with the The Aspire Registry staff and you are not satisfied, you have the right to call The Aspire Registry Administrator at 718-254-7705.


Documentation Rights

Whenever an application and/or supporting documentation is submitted for processing, the documents become the property of The Aspire Registry. No applications or supporting documentation will be returned to the applicant after an application has been processed.

Our Sponsor

The development of this website is sponsored by the New York State Office of Children and Family Services, funded by the federal Child Care and Development Fund and was developed by the NY Early Childhood Professional Development Institute.


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