A Brief History of National Association for the Education of Young Children Accreditation

A Brief History of National Association for the Education of Young Children Accreditation

Posted on August 21, 2015 by Michelle Kraus

The mark of accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) matters for child care centers involved in early childhood education. But as a parent, why should you care about this accreditation over others (or for that matter, care about this accreditation at all)?

By understanding a brief history of the NAEYC, you’ll understand why this particular certification is a mark of excellence for wherever your “little bug” ends up

One of the most important qualities to remember is that NAEYC accreditation is indicative of programs that believe in the benefits they offer to children and families alike. Since 1985, the NAEYC has been delivering accreditations to centers that impact the lifelong learning of children while also contributing to their health and development.

At Ladybug Child Care Center, we are incredibly proud of our accreditation and our ability to give parents the confidence they need knowing they’re leaving their child (or children) in the right hands each and every day.

Learn more about our accreditation here and whether or not this gives you the confidence you need to let your little one grow and develop at our center!

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