Over the past year, under contract with the Think Babies™ NC Alliance, Child Care Services Association (CCSA) conducted a statewide and county-level study to assess the supply of infant-toddler care in North Carolina and the impact of COVID-19 on the infant-toddler child care landscape. This report combines a variety of data,
N.C. Governor Roy Cooper proclaimed today, Friday, May 6, 2022, to be Early Childhood Educator Appreciation Day. At Child Care Services Association, we believe that all children should have equitable access to affordable, high-quality early care and education to lay the foundation for successful life outcomes and that it all
Child Care Services Association hoped to learn how the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds were used to support the early childhood workforce. This issue brief, Addressing the Early Childhood Workforce Crisis through Stabilization Grants, and the case studies were developed through interviews with child care providers. They provide a snapshot of the effects on child care programs in the early months of the Stabilization Grants.
NC Child Care Resource & Referral Council launches new website to
assist families, child care professionals, businesses and communities across North Carolina with essential child care services and support.
N.C. Governor Appoints CCSA President Marsha Basloe to State Interagency Council for Coordinating Homeless Programs
Child Care Services Association President Marsha Basloe Brings the Perspective of Early Childhood Homelessness to N.C. Interagency Council for Coordinating Homeless Programs.
It’s Week of the Young Child and today is Tasty Tuesday! Celebrate with CCSA’s spoonFULL program by trying this easy and delicious recipe of chicken fried rice with your child straight from our kitchens!