QSLA’s Latest Family Engagement Tip

  • QSLA’s Latest Family Engagement Tip

    Did you know that a child with an involved father or father-figure is more likely to do better in their education? Studies show their presence can lead to an increase of nearly ½ a year of academic learning over children with less involved fathers! As our culture shifts perspectives and better recognizes the value of […]

  • Tips to Improve Your Classroom Environment

    Children are always learning and adapting to the world around them. It is no surprise that research suggests that children’s physical environment can greatly impact their health and wellbeing. QSLA helps early childhood education programs structure their daily schedules and classroom environments. Optimizing the environment improves how children interact with the space, furnishings, learning materials, […]

  • Child Care Providers’ VERY IMPORTANT Role in Early Intervention

    As an early learning and care provider, you know that all children develop a different rates, but did you know that 1 in 6 children will face a developmental delay? It is important to act early if there are signs of a potential development delay because early treatment is extremely important. Unfortunately, most children with […]

  • Developmental Screenings Help Your Child Grow Up Healthy!

    Every family looks forward to seeing a child’s first smile, first step, and first words. Every child develops at their own pace, and these signs of healthy development, known as “milestones,” vary as children grow older. You can familiarize yourself with the CDC milestones to know what to expect as children grow. Regular developmental screenings […]