The Unintended Consequences of Universal Prekindergarten (UPK) and Transitional Kindergarten (TK) Implementation on Child Care Providers: Advocating for the Survival of Family Child Care In the dynamic landscape of early childhood education, the advent of Universal Prekindergarten (UPK) and Transitional Kindergarten (TK) programs has garnered considerable attention. While these initiatives aim to enhance educational opportunities for young learners, the potential ramifications on family child care providers cannot be ignored. The Association of Valley Family Child Care Providers (VFCCA) in Alameda County is spearheading a fervent advocacy effort to shed light on the unintended consequences that UPK and TK implementation might bring upon the child care community. With a history of… Read MoreContinue Reading
At VFCCA, we are working passionately to create a brighter future for both childcare providers and parents. We are delighted to introduce our VFCCA Advocacy Team, a group of committed individuals who work tirelessly to advocate for the future of family child care.
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