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Alaska SEED Registrants Help Needed in a Yale Study!

May 22, 2020

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The National Workforce Registry Alliance has partnered with the Yale School of Medicine in an effort to find out how early childhood educators like yourself, and the families you serve, can remain safe and healthy through the COVID-19 pandemic.

As Alaska’s frontline heroes, you do your best to minimize the risk you are taking by serving our children and families. This study provides an opportunity for early educators, like yourself, to know efforts are being made to hear from you directly.

This is the largest nation-wide epidemiological study on a single workforce ever attempted, and as a current or past Alaska SEED registrant, your participation is valued!

Information gathered will be shared with national policymakers.

Please click here to start the online survey. It should take about 12-20 minutes to complete. More information about this study and a brief consent page will be provided to you before the confidential online survey begins.

As a measure of thanks, at least ten people who complete the survey will be entered to win a check for $500. Participants will also be invited to a free online webinar to discuss the results and answer any question, including questions regarding the latest science on COVID-19 spread in classroom settings and how best to keep children and staff safe.

Updates on this study can be found on the COVID-19 Child Care Study website here, and may also appear on the Yale School of Medicine COVID-19 page here.