SC Association of Early Care and Education  - Dedicated to the care and education of South Carolina's children
Join the Dinner & Conversation to Support and Strengthen Child Care in South Carolina.
Come share your experience and expertise with investors, leadership, and industry stakeholders around the challenges and strengths of providers in our state. Our work looks to support the role of quality for children and families reliant upon child care. 

The event includes conversations with key members of the SC General Assembly, City and Corporate leadership about the important role of in economic development.  We will also share information the School Readiness Tax Credit -- a policy support for quality-rated child care in Louisiana and Nebraska -- and ask for your feedback on how we can build a similar approach for South Carolina child care providers. 

Click here for more info about the Greenville meeting.
Click here for more info about the Conway meeting.
Click here for more information about the School Readiness Tax Credit.

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South Carolina Association of 
Early Care and Education
1 Windsor Cove, Suite 305
Columbia, SC 29223
FAX: 803-765-0860

 Christine Driessen

The goal of the South Carolina Association of Early Care and Education (SCAECE) is to promote physical, emotional, social, and intellectual growth in child care programs in South Carolina; to encourage and cultivate cooperation between its members; to present to the general public and the governing authorities factual information concerning the operation of these facilities; to advocate for quality child care; and to provide member services and programs.
The South Carolina Association of Early Care and Education is dedicated to the education and care of South Carolina's children.
The South Carolina Association of Early Care and Education is a team of professionals who join together to promote licensed, privately-owned child care and early education opportunities for the children of our state.  We have members (individuals, large and small centers, and schools) in every county.  We represent our membership at all state-level legislative functions by employing a professional lobbyist and having a dedicated, hard-working Board of Directors. We have members on many committees in South Carolina which deal with early childhood issues such as the South Carolina Child Care Advisory Board, state & First Steps Boards, and the First Steps/United Way Quality Task Force. 
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