Unite voices and inspire hope for positive change in the United States early childhood education system.
Every family in the United States has access to affordable, high-quality early childhood education and care.
CECE was created in response to the need for a more affordable childcare system and the need for resources and government aid for daycare owners. Since its inception in Arkansas in 2020, CECE staff include community leaders, daycare owners, teachers, and families that have vast experience with our national daycare system and childhood education.
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Strongly committed to ensuring ALL children have access to high-quality care and education, she began the HighQ Center to collaborate with 400 Northwest Arkansas early childhood centers by providing training opportunities, resources, and support services.
Finally, she drove a team of experts to design and build the first healthy campus in America; eliminating six classes of chemicals from construction to classroom materials. The campus opened in spring of 2019 and will act as a model for healthy practices in early childhood education.