Grow a Clientele You Love: Tips for Interviewing Parents for Your Childcare Program

As your daycare business grows, you want to enroll families who you can serve well and who are the right fit for your program. Understanding the importance of the parent interview and learning how to interpret the first impressions from your initial parent interactions will help you place families into your program who are great clients. The following guide offers …

Late Payments

Navigating Late Payments as a Proactive Daycare Owner

It’s no secret that dealing with the dreaded “late payment dilemma” is one of the most difficult and awkward duties of a daycare director. While the majority of parents who enroll children in your program will be great about making their payments in a timely manner, you may have a select few who prove to be less reliable. How do …

Adding School Aged Program

Adding a School-Aged Program to Your Childcare Center

Due to COVID-19 safety precautions and mandates requiring children attend virtual schools remotely, millions of children across the country are now at home during the day. More working parents are looking for childcare options for older students. To meet the growing need, childcare administrators might consider adding a school-aged program to an existing childhood education center. Here are a few …

How to Build An Inclusive Childcare Center

Inclusion means being included or the action of including within a group or structure. In the childcare center world, it means including children with special needs. This includes health needs and learning disabilities. There are many benefits to offering inclusiveness in your childcare center. Here is how to build an inclusive childcare center and what it has to offer both …

Inclusive Child Care

What Parents Are Looking for in Childcare Centers During Covid-19

Pretty much everyone is tired of hearing about the pandemic. Unfortunately, for now, things are still uncertain and precautions must be taken in order to ensure that COVID-19 doesn’t spread further. Right now, parents and guardians may be going back to work and need childcare but are hesitant to send their children out into public without taking all the necessary …

7 Financial Management Tips for Early Childhood Education Businesses

Managing finances is a key activity in running every business, more so an early childhood education business. These institutions’ success hinge on the institution’s management and stakeholders’ fiscal discipline. Avoiding bad financial habits is a daily routine. Early childhood education businesses play an important role in helping young learners on the path of literacy and higher education. Despite the vital role they …