Child Care and Early Learning Increasing evidence has emerged to show that children's learning opportunities in the years before kindergarten have an important effect on their performance in school and ultimately their ability to contribute to society as adults.
Is licensed pursuant to this chapter; 2. Provides care to the children of employees of a business at the place of employment; 3. Provides care on a temporary or permanent basis, during the day or overnight, to five or more children who are under the age of 18 years and who are not related within the third degree of consanguinity or affinity to an owner or manager of the business; and 4.
Is owned, operated, subsidized, managed, contracted for or staffed by the business. The term does not include a seasonal or temporary recreation program. Before or after school; 2. On the weekend; 3. During the summer or other seasonal breaks in the school calendar; or 4.
Between sessions for children who attend a school which operates on a year-round calendar. The term does not include any facility, activity or program: Operated by or on behalf of a governmental entity; or 2.
Licensed by the Division of the Department. A special sports event, which may include, without limitation, a camp, clinic, demonstration or workshop which focuses on a particular sport; 2. A therapeutic program for children with disabilities, which may include, without limitation, social activities, outings and other inclusion activities; 3.
An athletic training program, which may include, without limitation, a baseball or other sports league and exercise instruction; and 4.
Other special interest programs, which may include, without limitation, an arts and crafts workshop, a theater camp and dance competition. For monetary compensation; 2.
Outside the home and the presence of the parents or guardians of any of the children; and 3. For at least 6 hours each day, at least 4 days each week and more than 3 consecutive weeks.
The provisions of this chapter must be liberally construed to effect its purposes. Serve as a clearinghouse for information relating to child care. Assist the Director in all matters pertaining to child care services and programs.
Develop plans and conduct and arrange for research and demonstration programs in the field of child care. Provide technical assistance and consultation to political subdivisions with respect to programs for child care.
Prepare, publish and disseminate educational materials dealing with child care. Gather statistics in the field of child care which other federal and state agencies are not collecting.
Stimulate more effective use of existing resources and available services for child care. The Department shall act as the single state agency of the State of Nevada and its political subdivisions in the administration of any federal funds granted to the State pursuant to any federal law for the purposes of child care services and programs.
Subject to the provisions of chapter of NRS, the Department may accept gifts and grants of money, property and services for the establishment of a program for child care.
The Department shall report to the Interim Finance Committee any applications for, and the receipt of, any gifts or grants pursuant to subsection 1. Creation; membership; duties; acceptance of gifts, grants and donations. The Nevada Early Childhood Advisory Council is hereby established as the state advisory council on early childhood education and care required to be established pursuant to 42 U.
The membership of the Council must be appointed by the Governor and include, without limitation: The Council may accept gifts, grants and donations from any source for the support of the Council in carrying out the provisions of this section. General powers and duties. The Board shall adopt:The Illinois Child Care Emergency Preparedness Plan provides a structure for IDHS, IDCFS, INCCRRA, and local CCR&R agencies to work in a coordinated effort during emergency and disaster situations.
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