NAEYC Accreditation and Quality
GSA uses the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) as the measure of quality in all our child care centers. The NAEYC Accreditation system for early childhood programs has 10 standards that programs must meet. Theses standards and criteria are based on research on the development and education of young children, and define what NAEYC—the world’s largest organization of early childhood professionals—believes all early childhood programs should provide.
97% of GSA Child Care Programs are Nationally Accredited.
Congratulations are in order to the following programs that have achieved accreditation:
- Cleveland Fed Kids, Cleveland, Ohio
- One Hope United Child Development Center, Des Plaines, Illinois
- Club Fed Child Care Center, Albany, New York
- Gold Creek Child Development Center, Juneau, Alaska
- KIDazzle at Summit Child Care Center, Atlanta, Georgia
- Rainbow School, Honolulu, Hawaii
- Bright Horizons at Kids on Broadway, San Diego, California
- Stars and Stripes Learning Station, Battle Creek, Michigan
- Treasure House Child Development Center, Covington, Kentucky
- Cottage Kids Learning Center, Sacramento, CA
To learn more about NAEYC and quality programs, please visit: www.naeyc.org (external website.)