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  • Shannon Hunt-Scott, Charles Bullock Join Board of Directors for Educare California of Silicon Valley:
    For Immediate Release June 27, 2017    Shannon Hunt-Scott, Charles Bullock Join Board of Directors for Educare California of Silicon Valley New directors bring diverse perspectives to board of innovative early childhood education center   SAN JOSE, Calif. — Educare California at Silicon Valley, which provides innovative and effective early childhood education and resources to low-income children, [...]

  • EducareSV ribbon-cutting:
    Thank you to the community and all of our partners for joining us at today's Ribbon Cutting Ceremony! #EducareSV pic.twitter.com/0KDJ6eqThu — EducareSiliconValley (@EducareSV) October 16, 2015

  • Barely Hanging On: The Acrobatics of Funding High Quality Child Care for Young Children:
    In high cost environments like San Jose, California, providers are struggling to stay afloat and provide quality learning experiences for the children in their care. Learn why quality matters and how providers across the region are being creative! Read full story

  • Marketplace: Preschool serves low-income San Jose neighborhood:
    Silicon Valley’s tech companies have brought much wealth to the area. Yet in some pockets, like Santee, a small neighborhood in San Jose, it’s a different world. Marketplace, a program of American Public Media, reported on our ambitious work in March. Check it out!     

  • KPCC: In an impoverished Silicon Valley neighborhood, a bold approach to preschool:
    When Hortencia Lujan moved to San Jose, California, from Mexico six years ago, she immediately searched for a preschool for her then 4-year-old son, Andrey. There were no seats available in the Head Start or state preschool programs in her neighborhood of Santee, and the family could not afford a private preschool. So Andrey stayed [...]

  • Educare launches new era of early learning opportunities for Silicon Valley children:
    Educare California at Silicon Valley celebrated a new era of early learning opportunities for children in California during the new school’s ribbon-cutting ceremony held today. Read full News Release

  • Educare: Care center for babies and young children opens in San Jose:
    SAN JOSE — The wooden puzzles, homemade play dough, magnetic alphabet, sand buckets and interlocking train tracks beckoned invitingly, quickly converting reluctant newcomers into preschool pros. There were no toddler meltdowns, no sobbing mothers and only two clingy children yearning for home.   Read the full article here

  • ECSV Hires Executive Director:
    The Board of Directors of Educare of California at Silicon Valley (ECSV) has selected a highly regarded early learning leader, Lisa Kaufman, Ph.D., to be the Executive Director of California’s first Educare School. Educare serves at-risk children from birth to 5 years of age through a coast-to-coast network of state-of-the-art, full-day, year-round schools, funded mostly [...]

  • EducareSV Newsletter Feb 2015, Issue No. 1:
    We are honored to share this and future newsletters with you. We deeply appreciate your interest in Educare and in improving the lives of children and families across the nation through high-quality care and education. With the new year we will welcome the first Educare School to California, and we’re glad to have this chance [...]

  • Ground Breaking Press Release:
    Educare Early Childhood Education School and Teacher Professional Development Institute to Break Ground.   Click here to read the Press Release  

  • Final Phase of Capital Campaign:
    DATE: September 17, 2013 THE SILICON VALLEY LEADERSHIP GROUP, DAVID AND LUCILE PACKARD FOUNDATION, FIRST 5 SANTA CLARA COUNTY, FRANKLIN-MCKINLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT, EAST SIDE UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT, HEALTH TRUST AND SANTA CLARA COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION ANNOUNCE $11.1 MILLION PLEDGED FOR AN EDUCARE EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION SCHOOL AND TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE TO CLOSE [...]

 

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