Each year, staff partner with the local public schools as part of the school district's Building Bridges program to create transition experiences for our becoming kindergarteners. Bright Little Scholars currently partner with the following schools:
Bright Little Scholars is a part of the EQUIP (Early Education Quality Improvement Program) Initiative. EQUIP assist STAR 2 providers attain (and sustain) STAR 3/4 through a diverse toolkit of assessments and coaching supports, while SELECT (Social Emotional Learning: building Efficacy, Competencies of Teachers) focuses on improving teacher interactions and practices to support children’s social-emotional development.
The BUILD Initiative partners with state and community leaders to promote equitable, high-quality child- and family-serving systems that result in young children thriving and learning. BUILD envisions a time when all children reach their full potential and when race, place, and income are no longer predictors of outcomes.
Our Program Director was apart of this action plan for quality improvement!
The Family Child Care Advisory Council is self-governing, non-profit organization that exists to benefit Home-based ECE professionals. The activities of the Advisory Council are conducted through various work groups designed to meet the specific and unique needs of operating a Home-based childcare business.
Children First launched The Early Childhood Provider Council to tap the experience and expertise of early childhood educators to help improve the quality of programs and services for young children and their families in Philadelphia.
The Council works to ensure that racial equity is embedded in all aspects of quality improvement: the definition of quality, improvement supports, monitoring, and accountability.
NAEYC is the premier membership association for early learning professionals. NAEYC helps on the journey to improve educational opportunities for all young children.
PACCA is specifically dedicated to child care and early education programs and professionals in Pennsylvania. PACCA represents your voice in Harrisburg while providing a variety of information, networking, and educational opportunities to meet your, your program and your staff’s needs.
Founded in 1973 as a statewide, nonprofit membership association, Pennsylvania Child Care Association (PACCA) is one of the original shared-service alliances in Pennsylvania. PACCA members and their staff have access to:
The Little Sprouts Learning Center has a
Keystone STARS 3 program located in the Germantown section of Philadelphia (19144) and a program located in the Yeadon section of Delaware County (19050).
A Keystone STARS 4 program located in a family environment in West Philadelphia (19139).
A Keystone STARS 4 program located in a family environment in West Philadelphia (19151).
A Keystone STARS 4 program located in a family environment in the Mount Airy Section of Philadelphia (19150).
A small center-based program located in the Wissinoming section of Philadelphia (19135).
A Keystone STARS 4 program located in a family environment in Southwest Philadelphia (19153).
A Keystone STARS 2 program located in a family environment in the Juniata section of Philadelphia (19124).
A Keystone STARS 2 program located in a small-center environment in West Philadelphia (19131).
A Keystone STARS 2 program located in a family environment and another program in a small learning environment, both in the Olney section Philadelphia (19120).
A center-based program located in West Philadelphia (19143).
Our locations offer Free Early Learning Programs for children under the age of 5 years. Visit our enrollment page for more information.