The Department of Early Education and Care (EEC) has scheduled three informational meetings about the application process for its new Early Education and Out of School Time (EEOST) Capital Fund Program. EEC will be awarding funds for major capital facilities projects, through a competitive grant process, to large group child care programs, including out of school time programs, that are run by non-profit entities or by an entity where the majority interest is a non-profit. Presentations at the informational sessions will include an overview of the Program Guidelines and Application and there will be a question and answer period as well as a review of the grant application timetable.
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Early education and care policies and guidelines for children whose home languages are other than or in addition to English file size 1MB . These draft guidelines were developed by EEC, the Head Start State Collaboration Office and Collaborative for Educational Services.
- Mass General Laws chapter 15D govern the Department of Early Education and Care.
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