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The North Carolina School Age Initiative (NCSAI)

The North Carolina School Age Initiative is a quality enhancement project aimed at improving the impact of school age programs and providing training to school age providers across the state.

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The North Carolina School Age Initiative was established in 2004 to improve the quality and availability of school age care services in North Carolina by increasing the number of licensed programs and the number of programs that voluntarily operate with a higher star-rated license.

The program also provides training to school age providers across the state through its online services, and technical assistance.

The project team consists of a Statewide School Age Project Manager and Statewide Professional Development Consultants to ensure that all 14 regions have access to project services.

The North Carolina School Age Initiative is funded by the NC Division of Child Development & Early Education, and managed by the Southwestern Child Development Commission (SWCDC).

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