CCR&R Blog

With the new year just around the corner, now is the time to start thinking about our New Year’s resolutions. Instead of going with the “same old, same old” resolutions we make every year, why not make a resolution to learn more about the Iowa QRS?
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Filing income tax offers many benefits for parents, as well as people who provide child care. Parents can get some tax credits or deductions for paying for child care. Providers receive many deductions for using their home for child care. Let’s explore these benefits.
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As a child growing up on a farm in Iowa, I was not exposed to many people from other cultures. I knew children who lived on farms and I knew children who lived in town. As the only child with red hair in my elementary school, I was probably the most “diverse.”
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My family recently went to a guest ranch on vacation. Every night, they have family-style meals. Everyone sits down for a meal at the same time around a table in the kitchen or dining room...
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Current research shows that in young brains, social and emotional development has priority over cognitive development. Children need a strong foundation of social and emotional experiences to develop into healthy, resilient, and successful lifelong learners.
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News


Posted by ICCRR in News on 5/24/2019
T.E.A.C.H. scholarship for early childhood educators.
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Posted by ICCRR in News on 5/15/2019
Recognizing the Workforce Behind the Workforce - Why increasing compensation for the early childhood workforce should be one of your priorities.
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