The Big Issue
Over 500,000 children in Indiana are under the age of five. In nearly 70 percent of Hoosier families with young children where all adults in the household are in the workforce, a child will spend some or most of her day being cared for, educated by and engaged by another adult. However, today, only 35 percent of those children attend a high-quality program.
As Indiana’s oldest and largest early childhood education nonprofit, Early Learning Indiana provides leadership, advocacy and early childhood education services to continually improve the early learning landscape in Indiana.
Day Early Learning Centers
Day Early Learning provides early care and education to more than 1,000 children annually from six weeks to six years of age in 9 Central Indiana area locations.
Child Care Answers
Child Care Answers helps child care providers increase program quality by providing coaching services and training opportunities, and helps families navigate child care options.
Partnerships for Early Learners
Partnerships for Early Learners assists early education programs across Indiana achieve higher levels of quality, build capacity and train good teachers.
DAY EARLY LEARNING CENTERS
Day Early Learning provides early care and education to more than 1,300 children annually from six weeks to six years of age in 10 Central Indiana area locations.
CHILD CARE ANSWERS
The Child Care Answers team helps families navigate child care options by providing information on program quality, child care resource, training and referral services.
PARTNERSHIPS FOR EARLY LEARNERS
Partnerships for Early Learners assists early education programs across Indiana achieve higher levels of quality, build capacity, and train good teachers.
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