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Early Childhood Education Providers in West Virginia to Receive Online Resource Platform Developed by CCA For Social Good
“CCA For Social Good is a strong believer in the power of the shared services movement exhibited lately by members of the ECE community. By managing shared resource platforms in multiple states, and having the backing of CCA Global Partners’ co-operative business model, CCA For Social Good is able to afford childcare centers the ability to maintain their identity, while also taking advantage of the buying power of thousands, “ explains Denise Sayer, Vice President of CCA For Social Good. “Additionally, users will benefit from business resources specific to the ECE field, all of which have been vetted by professionals in the childcare field.”
This initiative will provide practical resources to help childcare providers manage their programs more effectively and efficiently. It will do this by achieving the following three goals: saving time, reducing costs, and improving quality.
Suzi Brodof, Executive Director of River Valley Child Development Services, stated, “We’re very pleased to soon offer such a robust tool to early childcare providers in the state of West Virginia. It’s a large step forward in positively impacting the early childhood education system in our state. By utilizing Early Care Share West Virginia, directors will have more time in their day to focus on their mission, instead of getting caught up in creating documents and researching regulations. This both increases job satisfaction and allows the children to receive a higher standard of care and education.”
The site will be accessible by visiting www.EarlyCareShareWV.org. Eligible users include early childhood education professionals in West Virginia, especially child care professionals and those that may be providing support, training and assistance to those professionals.
Early Care Share West Virginia is a project funded by the Division of Early Care and Education of West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources and administered by River Valley Child Development Services.
For more information about CCA for Social Good, please contact Denise Sayer at 603-626-2121.
For additional information about Early Care Share West Virginia, please contact Natalie Snider at email@example.com.