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by Daniel Miskin Being involved in the early childhood education field for the past 10+ years I am well aware of the very small population that males represent in the field. I am also well aware of the need and … Continue reading

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What Makes Online Child Care Lounge Classes Special?

Finally! You can participate in child care training when you need it, without leaving the comfort of your own home. Forget expensive conference fees, babysitting arrangements and traffic jams. Now there are quality online child care trainings for your convenience. … Continue reading

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Tips for Minimizing the Impact of Staff Change

by Cathy Abraham What are the main things parents want to know when there is a teacher change at the center? a) That their child will still be well taken care of; and… b) That the management team is capable … Continue reading

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My Own Children Are the Worst of the Bunch!

~Kay Mishkin Ever since I began doing childcare, back at the dawn of time, there is one topic many providers all lament about… their own children.  It is a fact that a great proportion of women providing care in their … Continue reading

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Caring for Mixed Age Groups

Karina is not unlike many other family child care providers. She opens her home to care for four other children in addition to her own four year old son. She cares for a young infant and his two year sister … Continue reading

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