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Teachers at the Center must hold a minimum of an associate’s degree in Early Childhood Development. Several are currently working on their bachelor’s degree in the field. In addition to their education, the staff is encouraged to continue to grow both personally and professionally in the filed by attending workshops, conferences and seminars.
Classroom assistants, both full- and part-time, are employed to provide greater on-on-one interactions with the children in the classrooms, and to serve as substitutes when a teacher is out. Many of the assistants are students in the Early Childhood Development program at Columbus State and, in addition to their coursework, also participate in conferences and other professional development opportunities.
The Director, Supervisor and Coordinator all hold advanced degrees in education and are committed to maintaining the highest level of quality programming.