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Child360 Announces 2019 Early Educator of the Year Honorees Historic Moment In California With Renewed Focus on Early Education

Child360, a leading non-profit who supports early learning from every angle, selects three recipients for the 12th annual Dr. Celia C. Ayala Early Educator of the Year Award, who will be honored at The Music Center, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on Tuesday, June 18. The Los Angeles County-wide teacher recognition acknowledges the quality, creativity and hard […]


CEO comment: Governor Newsom’s Budget proposal signifies monumental precedent for investing in our children

Governor Newsom’s Budget proposal signifies a monumental precedent for investing in our children through a comprehensive approach. In the May revision, total funding for education, including early childhood programs, would make up 45 percent of the state’s general fund. Child360’s CEO William Sperling issued the following statement: “We are pleased to have a governor who […]


Child360 Awarded Prestigious Grant from the Stein Early Childhood Development Fund, a Fund Managed by the California Community Foundation, to Launch “Building Brain from Birth” Awareness Campaign

LOS ANGELES – Child360 received a $100,000 grant from The Stein Early Childhood Development Fund, through the California Community Foundation, to kick-start a new awareness campaign designed to inspire public support for greater investments in quality education and care for California’s earliest learners, emphasizing the long-term impact education has on brain development for children ages zero to three. Currently […]


Child360 Applauds Governor Newsom’s Proposed Investment in Early Childhood Education

Budget Proposal Takes Comprehensive Approach to Support Early Educators, Young Children, and Their Families, Building Strong Foundation for California’s Future LOS ANGELES, CA – Child360 is encouraged by California Governor Gavin Newsom’s proposed state budget for the 2019-2020 fiscal year, which includes $1.8 billion in child development programs, a significant increase, signaling an ambitious agenda […]