North Carolina Early Childhood Partners Launch “Shared Resources” Web-based Platform

North Carolina Early Childhood Partners Launch “Shared Resources” Web-based Platform

Innovative web-based knowledge hub for ECE professionals provides thousands of practical resources helping ECE providers save time, money and advance quality

Chapel Hill, N.C., September 13, 2019: Child Care Resources Inc., Child Care Services Association, and Southwestern Child Development Commission launched NCecesharedresources.org, an online platform that delivers a wealth of practical resources for early childhood education directors, family care providers, and teachers in North Carolina.  Joining with their national partner, CCA for Social Good, an operating division of CCA Global Partners, North Carolina becomes one of thirty states in the nation to offer this resource to their early childhood community.

The goal of NC Shared Resources is to help providers save time, reduce costs, and improve quality.  The platform helps subscribers manage their programs more efficiently.  You can access this new resource by purchasing a low-cost membership subscription based on the licensed capacity of your child care facility.

Child care directors spend a considerable amount of time researching the complexities of a given early childhood education (ECE) topic, scouring the web for a resource, and creating a branded manual or flyer for your program.  Now, all of that information is housed in one location, with much information that is also specific to North Carolina guidelines.  Across the country, child care directors find the program admin guides, handbooks, and policies tremendously valuable, and other staff have praised the teacher and classroom resources, including the literacy resources, and event templates.  Most importantly, these tools are downloadable templates (all in Microsoft Word or Excel) that can be customized to reflect each organization’s name, branding and content specific to their child.

With NCecesharedresources.org, you can spend less time solving problems and managing administrative details and more time where it counts most – face-to-face with teachers and children.

For more information, visit NCecesharedresources.org and by click on “Interested in Learning More” to fill out a New Member Request form or call 704-376-6697 (ext. 251).