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About Us is a web resource being developed for those interested in learning about best practices relating to Early Care & Learning. This site is being built to serve parents, teachers and future students. It is a work in progress. Please feel free to contribute editorial content, web links or articles that you feel are relevant.  We also welcome any feedback you care to offer. Please use the feedback form on this page.  More content and some more interactive features coming soon. 

Please use the content of this site to educate yourself. We are not trying to tell parents how to raise their children. We try to provide resources, ideas and tips to help guide you though stimulating thought that will help you develop a plan that works for you and the children you are responsible for. is only a website. It is not an organization. The site is being developed and managed by volunteers that care.  We do not have an office. We do not have any paid staff. We're just trying to provide a great informational resource.

Navigation NOTES: The Links page of this site routes to other webpages and websites that share the same basic principles. The links are there for confirmation and as a resource.  The Articles page has brief editorials and articles that we found interesting and relevant to Early Care & Learning.

Children are our future

A little more about us...

We have a passionate belief that providing high quality for all children, regardless of demographics, could potentially be the solution to the education woes that have compounded over the past several decades.  It begins with fundamental principles that everyone can agree on when it comes to child development, and is enhanced by simple interactions that occur throughout every day between children and adults.


The attention that the first 2000 days of a child's life has been receiving is a new twist in education, making it current and worth further consideration as we seek to prepare our community's children for the 21st Century.


For the first time in decades, there is serious attention being paid to the importance of the early years in a child's life.   Thirty years of research has concluded that high quality early childhood experiences can make a huge impact on the rest of a child's life.  Brain research has also come forth to support that the years between birth and five years of age is critical to brain development, and it is time that must not be taken for granted.  Further, these facts have been substantiated by reports from economic sources that children who have healthy and well rounded early care and education prove to be more successful as contributing citizens when they reach adulthood. We understand how this works and our goal here to help you understand. Thank you for your interest in children and thank you for visiting our website.