CCA For Social Good, a division of CCA Global Partners, and Oklahoma Child Care have entered into a partnership to develop an Early Childhood Education (ECE) Shared Resources online knowledge hub, an all-inclusive resource with over 1,600 tools that support high quality childcare, for their early care and education community.
Tools available on the platform include administrative supports; forms, policies and procedures; professional development resources; human resource management expertise; health and safety guidance; pre-negotiated savings programs and much more - all resources created focus on increasing both business and operational efficiencies and quality of care in early education throughout Oklahoma.
“Bringing this platform to the professionals in this community in Oklahoma directly supports our mission to guarantee all families have access to quality care and education by providing them the tools they need every day, all in one place,” stated Paula Koos, Executive Director, Oklahoma Child Care. “We are grateful to our sponsors and partners for their generosity as we work to give these dedicated professionals a comprehensive tool that aligns with their commitment to our youngest generation.”
The shared resources platform in Oklahoma will help early education providers meet the daily demands of their work by providing the business and programmatic resources they need to do their jobs more efficiently and effectively – saving them time and money so they can focus on what matters most - providing high quality child care to the children and families they serve.
“Since inception of the platform, nearly 10 years ago, the demand of high quality business resources continues to be an imperative for both new and existing child care centers and family child care homes. Our work not only addresses administrative needs such as reducing costs and elevating operational practices, but most importantly bolsters the entire profession of early care and education,” said Denise Sayer, Vice President of CCA For Social Good, the innovator of the resource platform. “We are excited for Oklahoma to join the thirty other states that have adopted the ECE Shared Resources platform as a comprehensive support system for early care and education professionals in their state.”
The Oklahoma shared resources platform is set to launch this winter.