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Georgia Child Care Providers May be Subject to Stricter Education and Training Regulations

By Stephanie F. Brown, Attorney and David Wolf, Attorney
Published by Child Injury Lawyer Network

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The State of Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning is the state agency responsible for supervising and licensing child care and day care centers in Georgia. Child safety advocates and educators recommend that more strict training and education requirements be put in place for administrators and lead teachers in day care centers. By enacting and enforcing such regulations, day care providers and lead teachers will be required to go through training and education which, in turn, will make them more informed and knowledgeable about their responsibilities as child care providers. It is vital that children, especially toddlers and infants, are cared for in an environment that is clean and supervised by alert, knowledgeable and educated staff members. You can read more about the potential changes in Georgia’s child care laws at Georgia Day Care Providers May Be Subject to Stricter Training Requirements.