EDU 440 Types of Child Development Programs

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Child Development Programs Kayla Smallen EDU 440 May 6, 2017 “I, Kayla Smallen, pledge that I have neither given nor received any unapproved help on this assignment.”
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Child Development 2 Child Development Programs Introduction Child Development Programs are essential to the Early Childhood Education (ECE) field. There are five types of programs that are used in today’s society. Those five types are as follows: consumer services, supplement to the care and education provided by families, remedial or compensatory service, investment in human capital, and facility for research or teacher preparation. The following paper will discuss the characteristics and sponsorship of these programs. Consumer Services First, Management Skills are needed to be a director. At an early childhood facility. Management skills include budgeting, being organized, being able to schedule and manage personnel, and the knowledge of safety regulations and procedures. A director who cannot manage the money would not work very well when payroll and contractors need to be paid and there was no money. I feel organization would also fall under personnel scheduling and budgeting. Last, a director needs to know the safety regulations and procedures to ensure that center is kept up to date on certifications and are inspection ready always.
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