leap news

Now available on iOS and Android, the all new Cox Campus app lets you take the power of our free, online learning platform on the go. Download the app today to meet the needs of every child as we work to eradicate illiteracy. Giving you the tools you need, when you need them. Get it… Read more »

post by: Justin Wiggins
//This function is nowhere.

This week, infants, toddlers and the adults who love and serve them lost a friend and advocate in J. Ronald Lally.  Ron served most recently, as the Co-Director of Center for Child and Family Studies at WestEd where he directed the Program for Infant/Toddler Care.  He spent nearly 30 years at WestEd after years of… Read more »

post by: Jason Jacobs
//This function is nowhere.

Quality Care for Children, through it’s Provider Resource Hub, is sponsoring is sponsoring 3 two-hour Family Child Care Financial webinars by Tom Copeland. Topics . These webinars will cover topics such as: Budgeting, Tax Preparation, and Raising Rates.  This is a FREE Event, providing 2 Hours of State Approved Training. Join Us on the following dates… Read more »

post by: Justin Wiggins
//This function is nowhere.

This just in!  If your program serves middle school students, it is eligible for one of 26 grants, but the application deadline is January 24th! From the announcement for the 2020 Aim High Grant: The New York Life Foundation will award 26 grants to out-of-school time programs serving disadvantaged middle school youth through their Aim High grant… Read more »

post by: Jason Jacobs
//This function is nowhere.

Tell us about your experiences! We’d love to hear from you Quality Care for Children and the Professional Family Child Care Alliance of Georgia are interested in hearing from family child care providers about their opinions and experiences regarding caring for children in nontraditional hours. Please take our short survey and be entered to win… Read more »

post by: Justin Wiggins
//This function is nowhere.

The Learning Collaborative is a mini-grant program for child care programs that want to join the Georgia Farm to Early Care and Education movement. Ideal programs have owners, directors, cooks and teachers who are committed to improving the quality of their meal service by introducing more fresh and local foods to children. This includes nutrition… Read more »

post by: Justin Wiggins
//This function is nowhere.

Coming Soon! National Farm to School Month National Farm to School Month is right around the corner, and now is the time to start planning celebrations for your school and community! Every October, thousands of students, teachers, farmers, food producers, food enthusiasts and families celebrate the connections happening all over the country between children and… Read more »

post by: Justin Wiggins
//This function is nowhere.