CCSA often hires interns from surrounding colleges and universities to help drive our goals, better understand our communities and support future leadership. With the onset of COVID-19, the opportunity to work remotely allowed five interns from across North Carolina to join us this summer.
CCSA will recognize the impact of early childhood educators, public servants and the community on young children and their families at the 2020 Triangle Child Care Awards on Friday, September 18, 2020, at 9:00 a.m.
As essential workers, it seems clear that teachers should earn fair and competitive wages, but we know that is not the case. The low pay early educators receive, and especially infant-toddler teachers, is well-documented.
Voices of Strength and Resilience in Early Childhood: Looking Back on July and August, and Looking Forward
As we enter this unprecedented school year, a lot is at stake. Over the last several months, many families and providers have experienced the buildup of toxic stress…
The early childhood workforce has stepped up to help others work despite the risks to their own health. Many are barely holding on because they are operating at 50% capacity, which cannot sustain the child care industry. Is there a positive in all of this?
The North Carolina State Legislature is expected to be in session for two days this week to deal with COVID-19 related issues. The priority for this two-day session should be helping families with children – not weakening public health and safety protections.