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Register for the 2019 Early Childhood Champions Luncheon

We invite you to join us for our annual Early Childhood Champions Luncheon and a special retirement celebration for our President and CEO Robin Britt.

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Guilford Child Development Announces New CEO

Guilford Child Development announced Wednesday the appointment of Maria Layne-Stevens as its new Chief Executive Officer effective November 1, 2019. Layne-Stevens, who has served as the organization’s Chief Operating Officer since November 2018, will succeed current President and CEO, Robin Britt, who is retiring in October.

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Helping Young Children and Families Reach Their Full Potential

Founded in 1967, Guilford Child Development has successfully continued a legacy of providing the building blocks for school and life success! In collaboration with numerous community partners, we offer seven distinct, highly-successful, supportive, family-centered programs that combine to help many young children and families throughout Guilford County reach their full potential.

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Providing Preschool, Child Care, and Adult Education Opportunities

Guilford Child Development gives many underserved young children in Guilford County a quality preschool experience; provides regional information and referral for quality child care; offers a low-income, first-time mother a better future for her and her baby; and creates opportunities for immigrant/minority families to enhance their education, their socialization, and their literacy skills.

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How Early Childhood Development is Changing Lives

Also watch a GCD Head Start parent share how our program has helped her child develop and prepare for Kindergarten.

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What People Are Saying

2013 Poverty Data: A Glimpse of Good News for Children, But We Can Do Better

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The Way to Beat Poverty

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What the Research Shows

Decades of neuroscience and behavioral research have helped illustrate why early childhood development—particularly from birth to five years—is a foundation for a prosperous and sustainable society.

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For Parents

For Parents

From pregnancy to early adolescence, we’re with you every step of the way. How can we help?

I am pregnant for the first time.

I need child care information or assistance.

I am a parent who needs to improve my English or get a GED.

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How you can help

How You Can Help

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