The North Carolina Division of Child Development and Early Education (DCDEE), CCSA and The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) partnered together to address the tremendous need for professional development specifically targeted to improve the quality of infant and toddler care.
Child Care Services Association PO Box 901, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 919-967-3272 Lack of resources and an effort to maintain affordability for parents often make it difficult for individual child care programs to reward or encourage teacher education through salaries.
Nancy Hughes, Executive Director & Trinisha Dean, MECK Pre-K Director of Smart Start of Mecklenburg County discuss MECK Pre-K with Reuben Jones from Spectrum News.
Nancy Hughes, Executive Director of Smart Start of Mecklenburg County discuss MECK Pre-K with Paul Boyd from WSOC-TV.
Hosted by Safe Kids Charlotte Mecklenburg Did you know that Safe Kids Charlotte Mecklenburg hosts FREE child safety seat inspections? These inspections occur on Wednesdays at local police and fire stations.
Unused or expired medicine can be dropped off during the year at one of six drop boxes.
Shared from NC Child: A fair and accurate census is profoundly important to our communities and our children.
This school year, Mecklenburg County is opening 33 classrooms to serve 600 children in the community Decades of research have shown that Pre-K makes a difference in the school readiness of children.
There is a lot to digest for early childhood in the North Carolina General Assembly's proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2018-19.
Decades of research have shown that pre-k makes a difference in the school readiness of children.
Community Members, We are reaching out to notify you of an exciting opportunity that may be coming to Charlotte-Mecklenburg! Our goal is to encourage the involvement of all who are interested so please forward this correspondence to your local networks! With careful thought and planning, Charlotte-Mecklenburg is considering our first ever Family Justice Center, a centralized victim-centered and trauma informed facility which would address multiple types of abuse such as domestic violence, sexual assault, trafficking and child and elder abuse.
YOUR CHANCE TO BE A PART OF HISTORY IN THE MAKING! Helping to reconnect our state is an important endeavor -- bigger than one year, and bigger than Raleigh.
Movie Screening / Discussion June 14 | 11:30 AM 1 PM or 2:30 PM 4 PM Suzanne H.
Lee Henderson, Program Director of Mecklenburg Partnership for Children visited Charlotte Today on April 2nd to discuss the organization's collaboration with Dolly Parton's Imagination Library to insure every child living in Mecklenburg County has books, regardless of their family's income.
he Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG) is the major source of federal funds for child care subsidy and quality improvement in North Carolina.
Read Charlotte just announced its upcoming inaugural "Commit to 80" campaign, a mission which aims not only to raise awareness of the critical importance of children's literacy, but to also activate everyone in Mecklenburg County to commit to do their part to reach the community goal of 80% of third graders reading proficiently by 2025.
Charlotte Bilingual Preschool is expanding and will be adding a Dual Language Innovation Classroom for the 2018-2019 school year.
Presented by Bank of America in support of the Leading on Opportunity Council Leading on Opportunity is all in for education because too many of our children start kindergarten without the skills to succeed or ready by grade 3.
Included in the Senate's bipartisan budget agreement announced yesterday, is a historic $5.
Five simple steps for stimulating interactions with young children -- at home, in daycare, or in preschool BY:Usable Knowledge Adapted from research by the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard Universityand from resources developed by Filming Interactions to Nurture Development.
Nancy Hughes, Executive Director of Mecklenburg Partnership for Children visited WBTV3 on Jan 6th to discuss the organization's collaboration with Dolly Parton's Imagination Library to insure every child living in Mecklenburg County has books, regardless of their family's income.
Nancy Hughes of Smart Start and Courtney Turner visited Fox46 ~ Good Day Charlotte on Dec 26th to discuss the organization's collaboration with Dolly Parton's Imagination Library to insure every child living in Mecklenburg County has books, regardless of their family's income.