Early Learning Legislative Day

February 10, 2015

On February 10, 2015, the Idaho Association for the Education of Young Children, Idaho Head Start Association and Idaho Voices for Children are joining hands as we hold our first Early Learning Legislative Day.

We are inviting all of our members from across the state to participate in what will be a very engaging and exciting day. This is an excellent opportunity to partner with other early childhood advocates, parents and educators to show your support for quality early learning in Idaho!


The Business Case for Early Learning Featuring John Pepper

FREE & open to the public
Wednesday, February 11th, 7pm
Jordan Ballroom, BSU Student Union
1700 University Drive, Boise, ID

John Pepper, successful business man and former CEO of Procter & Gamble and former Chairman of the Board of the Walt Disney Company, perceived a crisis in education - children without a strong skill base by kindergarten and first grade struggled to keep up throughout their school years. For much of the past 25 years, he has dedicated his life to improving early learning.


Child Care Costs Unaffordable For Most

(Boise, ID) – Dec. 11, 2014. For the eighth year in a row, data from Child Care Aware® of America's Parents and the High Cost of Child Care report shows child care costs continue to be a heavy burden for America's working families. The 2014 report shows that the cost of child care in the Idaho can be as much as $6,483 annually for an infant or $4,042 annually for a four-year-old in a center, and does not always guarantee a quality environment.


Parents and the High Cost of Child Care: 2014 Report PDF

April 24-25, 2015

EIAEYC Early Childhood Conference, Friday and Saturday, April 24th and 25th, 2015   Learn more ›

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