Data and Statistics
As North Dakota’s recognition and data collection system for the early care and education workforce, the Growing Futures Registry is in a unique position to gather important information about who is in the workforce and how they are qualified for their jobs. Data is collected daily through individual memberships, Career Pathways placement, and trainer and training approval systems.
The data collected from the member application is used to build a professional development record for each member and helps us accurately reflect an individual’s unique professional and educational background in early care and education. This information is used to recognize the individual’s qualifications with a correct Career Pathways placement. The data also helps us gain knowledge about the state’s workforce and can assist in making positive changes to the professional development system in North Dakota.
As Registry membership grows, we will have a much more representative picture of the early care and education workforce in our state. It is our hope and intention that Registry data can be used to support and inform the decision-making process about the development of an improved Early Care and Education system in North Dakota.
*Map of ND Department of Human Services regional service areas
4th Quarter Data and Statistics
- 2015 4th Quarter Membership Pathway Data (pdf)
- 2015 4th Quarter Approved Trainer Data (pdf)
- 2015 4th Quarter Approved Professional Development Data (pdf)
3rd Quarter Data and Statistics
- 2015 3rd Quarter Membership Pathway Data (pdf)
- 2015 3rd Quarter Approved Trainer Data (pdf)
- 2015 3rd Quarter Approved Professional Development Data (pdf)
2nd Quarter Data and Statistics
1st Quarter Data and Statistics
Annual Registry Briefs