We, CCSA’s Board of Directors, are writing at this time to convey our concerns about SB570, the Hold Harmless Star Ratings bill.
Children Need Access to High-Quality Child Care and Teacher Education & Training from Birth to Third Grade
There is a direct relationship between the education of the early childhood workforce and the ability to support and promote healthy child development, which includes all of the building blocks for later learning-to-read readiness. North Carolinian children need teachers with early childhood education to help them learn. Just say no to SB570.
CCSA receives Duke University Health System Goodwill Grant to advance social justice and equity issues in early childhood
By first looking at CCSA’s internal operations, this grant will help lead the effort to advance social justice and equity issues in the early childhood field.
Child Care Services Association is excited to host the 21st T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® and Child Care WAGE$® 2021 National Professional Development Symposium on April 27-29, 2021. This year’s focus is Supporting the Essential Early Childhood Workforce Behind the Workforce, with keynote speaker Calvin Moore Jr., CEO of the Council for Professional Recognition.
The COVID-19 pandemic set back state preschool enrollment and funding across the country, according to the 2020 edition of The State of Preschool Yearbook by the National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER) at the Rutgers Graduate School of Education.
Bipartisan Policy Center’s (BPC) new video, Rethinking America’s Child Care System, explores a surprising solution for businesses and families. COVID-19 has had a devastating impact on America’s child care industry, but these challenges have been prominent since before the pandemic.