|California Association for the Education of Young Children (CAEYC)
The California Association for the Education of Young Children is dedicated to advancing excellence throughout the early care and education profession.
|California Early Childhood Mentor Program
Providers of advanced training for experienced child care workers who wish to become Mentors to new practitioners.
|California School Age Consortium (CSAC)
CSAC works to support and advance afterschool programs and providers throughout California, with training, resources and advocacy.
|Child Care Exchange
An Early Childhood Leader, Magazine
A national organization for people who care about children and want to ensure they are a top public policy priority.
|Community Child Care Council of Santa Clara County (4C)
A community based agency that provides comprehensive services and serves as a community child care link for families and child care professionals.
An online resource for teachers and parents of young children.
Children & Families First Commission
|Kids in Common
Convenes the community to improve the lives of children in Silicon Valley.
|National Association for Family Childcare
Provides referral and resources, and information on legal issues and accreditation.
|National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
NAEYC is dedicated to improving the well-being of all young children, with particular focus on the quality of educational and developmental services for all children from birth through age 8.
|Online Title 22 for Child Care Centers and Family Child Care
State of California, Community Care Licensing Division.
|Santa Clara Valley Chapter of California Associationfor the Education of Young Children
Local CAEYC affiliate sponsoring mini-conferences and networking for early childhood educators.
Brings professional and educational opportunities to local providers.
|Resource Area for Teachers (RAFT)
Provides teachers and community groups with creative teaching tools and materials.
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