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VIDEO: Childcare education: The critical first 5 years

VIDEO: Childcare education: The critical first 5 years

Because most parents work outside the home, most children under 5 years old receive childcare from someone other than a parent.

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VIDEO: Childcare education: The critical first 5 years

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>>fewer than one in 3 children today have a full-time stay at home parent.

>>because most parents work outside of the homeless children under 5 receive childcare from someone other than a parent.

But is that child care good enough.

>>wfmz is nancy werteen in life lessons takes a look at a local effort trying to make sure that it is.

>>research tells us that those first 5 years of a child's life are extremely important that the experiences in those years literally a the foundation for everything that comes after with this knowledge, it's clear all kids need good high quality child care but do we know exactly what that looks like and are we working hard enough to make sure our kids get it to >>if we think about every week 11 million american children under the age of 5.

Or spend more of their waking hours with a caregiver other that their parent.

So we've really want to be able to have.

Parents be able to access and afford high quality child care for their child jan schwartz is the outreach coordinator for the pennsylvania association for the education of young children when this.

>>the lehigh and northampton chapter is designing a community event with the focus being a documentary called no small matter that addresses the extreme value of early childhood education and the detriment to society without it when those murders there's a street.

>>i'm just going at point.

>>we met with jan at the greater valley ymc a forks education center in easton which is recognized by the state for its high quality child care the a cut has business and community leaders are being invited to the screening.

We'll to begin a dialog that they recognize that there is high quality childcare centers in their communities.

>>but also to advocate for more accessibility and affordability for working parents yellow jacket.

The focus is on children and the adults they can become with the right care from the very beginning they learned the social emotional skills, they need that are set at the early years, they know how to share.

>>how to get along with people they learned of focus and attention and that helps them succeed in school and later on in life.

>>the screening is thursday may 16 from 06:00pm to 09:00pm at the grand the stony in in east and tickets are available on eventbrite




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