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Raise North Carolina - Child Care Media Campaign

North Carolina‘s early care and learning network helps families raise healthy, capable children and a stronger North Carolina. Hear from parents, teachers, and early childhood education experts in our public service announcements (PSAs). Support the early care and learning professionals that raise North Carolina.

 

Raise North Carolina: Invest in Early Care and Learning

Parents, teachers and early childhood education experts from around the state discuss the importance of investing in early care and learning. North Carolina’s high-quality early care and learning network helps parents raise their infants, toddlers and preschoolers into healthy children, strong students, well-rounded individuals and productive citizens.​ It’s time to raise North Carolina.  

 

North Carolina: A Leader in Early Care and Learning

Access to early childhood education is critical for every child in North Carolina. North Carolina’s programs make sure children have the intellectual, social, emotional, behavioral, early literacy and math skills that are needed to be ready for success in school, and in life. It’s time to raise North Carolina.

 

Early Care and Learning: The Key to Success of NC’s Children – and our Future

North Carolina’s early childhood teachers partner with families to aid the healthy development of their young children – forming close relationships with both parents and children, and using their strengths and interests to help them achieve their goals. It’s time to raise North Carolina.

 

Reliable Access to Early Care and Learning Helps Families Raise Strong Children and a Stronger North Carolina Economy

Davina Boldin-Woods, M. Ed., Administrator at the Genesis Child Development Center, discusses how high-quality early care and learning helps parents raise their infants, toddlers and preschoolers into healthy children, strong students, well-rounded individuals and productive citizens. It’s time to raise North Carolina.

 

How Early Care and Learning Impacts North Carolina’s Future

Emilie Preiser shares the future impacts and benefits of investing in North Carolina’s early care and learning system from her perspective as a parent. It’s time to raise North Carolina. Visit ncchildcare.ncdhhs.gov to learn more.

 

NC Early Care and Learning Works for Parents, Children and Our Economy  

Davina Boldin-Woods, M. Ed., Administrator at the Genesis Child Development Center, shares how high-quality early care and education helps parents work, prepare their children for success in school and life, and helps to raise North Carolina’s economy.​

 

Early Care and Learning: The Foundation of Success for North Carolina’s Children

Michael Little, Ph.D., Assistant Professor at North Carolina State University, discusses how positive interactions between young children, their parents and families, and early care educators creates healthy brain development through experiences that prepare our children for success in school and life.​ It’s time to raise North Carolina.

 

Investing in Early Care and Learning Strengthens North Carolina Families

Michael Little, Ph. D, Assistant Professor at North Carolina State University, discusses how North Carolina’s high-quality early care and learning system produces better education, health and economic outcomes for children and their families. It’s time to raise North Carolina.

 

Working Together to Support Early Care and Learning in North Carolina

Lynch Hunt shares the importance and benefits of North Carolina’s high-quality early care and learning network, and its ability to support children, parents and early care teachers from her experience as a parent. It’s time to raise North Carolina. Visit ncchildcare.ncdhhs.gov to learn more.

 

 

 

 

 

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