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Educational First Steps Launches Four Steps to Excellence 2.0 Program
Date:1/14/2013

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) January 14, 2013

For the past 23 years, Educational First Steps (EFS) has assisted child care centers in at risk neighborhoods toward greater quality and higher standards, ultimately guiding them toward the achievement of national accreditation. The EFS program has an impact on thousands of children, increasing their chances for success in Kindergarten and beyond. To provide even greater benefits to children, EFS recently revised its program, creating Four Steps to Excellence 2.0, a more strategic and efficient path toward classroom excellence. EFS introduced four pilot centers into the program last fall and now officially launches the full Four Steps to Excellence Program with 77 EFS-assisted centers on Monday, January 14, 2013.

Four Steps to Excellence 2.0 improvements multiply benefits to children in measurable ways. The program places centers on a 40 month path to comprehensive quality, culminating in national accreditation by the National Accreditation Commission of theAssociation for Early Learning Leaders or the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Important milestones are achieved as the centers progress through four phases - Evaluation, Foundation, Readiness and Accredited Partner. EFS Early Learning Specialists mentor center staff in developmentally appropriate practices within their actual classrooms, and EFS Education Trainers provide a complete early learning curriculum through EFS Academy which transforms child care workers into effective teachers. The progress of each child care ce
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