CCP 160: Foundations of Child Care and Early Education
This course provides an overview of the theories and philosophies that have shaped modern child care and early childhood education programs. A history of the field, current issues and future developments in the profession are covered. State licensing requirements, national accreditation standards, state and national curriculum standards, and quality indicators are emphasized in relationship to establishing and operating programs for children from birth through age twelve.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; CCP 101 minimum grade "C", may enroll concurrently
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