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Early Care Professionals

Impacting Children for Success is Essential

Early Education Professionals are heroes. We are proud to spotlight Jazzy Kidz Daycare Center. Jazzy Kidz Daycare Center is a family... Continue Reading

Investing in the Lives of Children is the Best Investment

Early Education Professionals are heroes. We are proud to spotlight Miracle Years Child Care Center. Dr. Bennie L. Kelly, Pastor of... Continue Reading

S.T.E.M. – ulating: Creatively Educating Children

Early Education Professionals are heroes. We are proud to spotlight Bright Young Minds Academy. In 2015, Larry and Yolanda Rivera opened... Continue Reading

Four-Star Family Child Care Home: Putting “Family” Back Into Family Child Care

We are proud to spotlight Angela’s Early Learning Christian Academy. Early Education Professionals are heroes. Angela’s Early Learning Christian Academy is... Continue Reading

Understanding and Responding to Children Who Bite

Article shared from naeyc.org/introduction, Daniele Malvesti There are moments in parenting when you feel like no matter how awesome a parent... Continue Reading

Local Nonprofit Participates in State-Wide Program to Help Local Child Care Providers

For Immediate ReleaseMedia Contact: Sharon Moyer Partnership for Children of Cumberland County, Inc., part of the state-wide Smart Start network, is supporting family child care... Continue Reading

4 Strategies to Help Your Child Wear a Face-Covering

As the Corona virus pandemic continues in our community and nation-wide, we are faced with the need to establish new habits... Continue Reading

Data Shows That Our System Continues To Fail Children Who Are Black

I am a white woman who is just a little past middle-aged. I have spent nearly all of my life in... Continue Reading

Get Outside and Play! Benefits of Outside Play and Your Child

As the days get longer and our ability to move about in the great big world becomes a little easier (socially... Continue Reading

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Mass shootings and early childhood trauma share a common thread

A recent LA Times article states, “First, the vast majority of mass shooters in our study experienced early childhood trauma and... Continue Reading