Early Childhood Education
While K-12 schools close for the remainder of the school year, child care continues to operate as an essential service in North Carolina. Why?
Introducing the Voices of Strength and Resilience in Early Childhood Series: What COVID-19 Teaches Us and What We Already Knew
North Carolina’s early childhood providers are resilient and creative. Early childhood providers have always been on the frontlines in our state…
The early childhood education workforce should be included in emergency paid leave and health care plans during the time of the coronavirus response.
Part III: Collecting data of the impact of high-quality child care is one of the most important things we can do for early childhood educators and families.
Part II: The NC CCR&R Council was designed by the NC DCDEE to standardize the delivery of CCR&R services and provide equitable funding across the state…