For more information and media inquiries, contact Rachael Stoffel via rstoffel@child360.org

Sign up for our LAUPlifting Newsletter.

Child360’s Response to Gov. Brown’s Proposed 2018-2019 Budget

Scott Hippert, CEO of the California-based early learning nonprofit, Child360, has issued the following statement in regards to Governor Jerry Brown’s proposed budget for FY 2018-19:  “Gov. Brown’s proposed budget signifies progress and hope for our earliest learners. In this final year of promised multi-year funding for early learning, we commend the Brown Administration for […]

READ MORE

Meet Child360: Supporting Quality Early Learning from Every Angle

Nonprofit unveils refreshed name, logo and tagline Los Angeles, Nov. 7, 2017–Beginning today, the early learning organization formerly known as Los Angeles Universal Preschool (LAUP) will lead with a reimagined name and refreshed logo. Child360, and its complimentary branding, embodies the organization’s current work, growth, and continued vision. The name, logo and tagline first debuted […]

READ MORE

Leader in Early Learning, LAUP, to Unveil a Reimagined Name and Logo on Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Refreshed branding reflects nonprofit’s commitment to quality early learning, from every angle LOS ANGELES — LAUP, a leading nonprofit dedicated to improving the quality of early learning for children birth to five, is introducing a new name and logo representative of the organization’s growth, and bright future. The clarified name will launch on the organization’s […]

READ MORE

Esteemed USC Social Work Professor to Serve on LAUP Board

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 24, 2017- LAUP, a non-profit dedicated to improving the quality of early learning, today announced the appointment of Dorian Traube, Ph.D., to the organization’s Board of Directors. Traube will join LAUP’s 12 sitting board members effective immediately. “Dorian’s career, as an academic and former social worker, is rooted in supporting our most […]

READ MORE

Quality Start Los Angeles Stipend Program

Are you part of Quality Start Los Angeles? If you work at least 15 hours per week at a participating early learning program, you may be eligible to earn cash for going to school! When you complete at least three units of coursework towards a Child Development permit or ECE degree, you will receive a […]

READ MORE