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Childcare center directors hold an important job. It isn’t always easy, but it is certainly rewarding as you get to watch young children thrive, learn and grow on a daily basis. It can be exhausting work, but with the right tools and the right team, you can see the important impact your work has on your staff and the families you serve.
As we look at communication between a childcare center and the parents that patronize those centers, let’s take a closer look at the variety of tools you can use to communicate with parents and the best ways to use them. Tools that Help Teachers Communicate with Parents
Some of the most common problems faced by childcare providers include: complicated billing, not being able to collect money on time and wrong billing leading to loss of revenue. The task of managing a childcare center can be overwhelming for even the most organized people, and it can become burdensome Read More…
As a childcare facility administrator, the choices you make greatly affect the lives of infants and toddlers. The staff you choose will bond with the little guys and gals your facility cares for and is an important facet of helping the children learn and grow and showcasing your facility’s value Read More…
While the holidays are at the forefront of administrators’ minds right now, it’s good to keep in mind that holidays happen throughout the year.
As the holidays approach, be sure to take some time to relax and enjoy the season with these tips for childcare administrators.
Technology has evolved and has enabled countless ways of communicating through smart phones, tablets, the web etc. Now getting parents to engage with their children’s academics is much easier if you use technology. Always choose a childcare center that offers instantaneous chat and photos like iCare Software.
Choosing a child care center is one of the most important decisions that parents have to make. The experiences a child has at the center will have long-term effects on his growth and development. In a paper titled, ‘Who’s caring for our youngest children?’ authors Deborah Phillips and Gina Adams Read More…
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