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Edison Center


Redondo Beach, CA

Rated on: 1/23/2019*

Adult-Child Interactions 5 Stars Scores highest on providing:
  • Warm relationships and respect for children
  • A classroom that maximizes children's learning
  • Consistent schedules and routines
  • Interactions that build vocabulary, critical thinking skills and curiosity
  • Lessons that include children’s experiences and ideas
Physical Environment 5 Stars Scores high on providing:
  • A safe, clean, and enriching learning environment
  • Good health practices
  • A variety of activities and appropriate materials for children
Developmental Screening and Monitoring 5 Stars Ensures children receive annual physicals and works with families to see if children are developing on track, including social and emotional development. Programs use results to provide additional supports as needed.
Child Observation and Planning 5 Stars Uses a state-approved tool to observe children’s development at least twice a year. The results are entered into a software program to track children’s progress and to plan learning activities in the classroom
Teacher-Child Ratios and Group Size 5 Stars At least:
  • 3 teachers for every 9 infants
  • 3 teachers for every 12 toddlers
  • 1 teacher for every 8 preschoolers and a group size less than 20
Staff Qualifications - Lead Teacher 5 Stars Bachelor’s degree in early childhood education, or Program Director Permit from the CA Department of Education. Staff completes 21 hours of professional development annually
Staff Qualifications - Center Director 4 Stars Bachelor’s degree with 24 early childhood education units, 6 units of preschool administration, 2 units of supervision, or has a Program Director Permit from the CA Department of Education. Staff completes 21 hours of professional development annually

Note: QSLA providers are rated every two years. The above score is a reflection of the aspects of quality that were observed on a designated “rating” day, and on corresponding data that was gathered during the assessment period.

Sites are assigned a tier rating on a 5-point scale using the Quality Continuum Framework.

To verify that sites are currently in good standing, in compliance, and that there are no outstanding violations, we encourage you to check with the California Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing Department (CDSS-CCLD).

*Tier ratings are updated on this web page every January, May, and September. Changes to a provider’s tier rating due to a recent assessment will be reflected at the next update.