Child care providers are encouraged to look at accessing the COVID vaccine given their work on the front lines of child care.
In this report, you will see the remarkable work that child care providers have done to give children the stability and certainty they need during a time when instability controlled every aspect of our lives. You will also see the efforts of our great CCSA staff to continue their work with children, families and child care programs through this unprecedented time.
The Infant Toddler Technical Assistance Model Pilot Project knows what can happen with commitment, perseverance and strong communication.
In addition to the more meaningful interactions of teachers and children from the Infant Toddler Intensive Technical Assistance Model Pilot Program, each classroom that participated in the project received at least $2,500 in enrichment materials.
We’re excited to share with you another success story of an “a-ha!” moment for teachers with the Infant Toddler Intensive Technical Assistance Model Pilot Project.
Child Care Services Association to begin statewide early childhood and school-age workforce registry with Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation grant
CCSA will begin to plan and develop the registry, which will provide data for policymakers, advocacy groups and state agencies on North Carolina’s early childhood and school-age workforce.
Director Leadership Academies are monthly meetings of a cohort of directors participating in the project, which has produced a number of positive outcomes…