Category Archives: Quality Rated

According to his Forbes.com article, Dan Diamond writes that about 40% of Americans make resolutions; yet, a study at the University of Scranton found that only about 8% of these people actually achieve their resolutions.  In the article, Diamond notes that the following types of resolutions are the ones most easily achieved: Simple Tangible Shared… Read more »

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According to the recently published summary, Economic Impact of the Early Care and Education Industry in Georgia, child care holds a very important part in the state’s economy.  Among the many facts and figures presented, the following stand out: “…the early care and education industry generated $4.7 billion dollars of economic activity in the state… Read more »

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Do you have a unique idea to help improve Quality Rated? Do you want to all child care providers in Georgia to participate in Quality Rated to raise the quality of child care for all of Georgia’s children? Then we want you to join the Quality Rated Advisory Committee! The deadline to apply is August… Read more »

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Do you wonder about what is going on with Georgia’s Quality Rated program? Have you thought about taking your first step toward continuous quality improvement? Have you wondering what funding and support is available for FCC Providers? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, check out these event details for more information on… Read more »

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Check out this great local news story on Week of the Young Child!  A special thanks is sent to Michelle Cutler-Ervin at CGTC’s Child Development Center for sharing.

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