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Kadena Child Care Program Undergoing Facelift

Date Posted: 2000-01-08

This year, the Air Force, and probably the other services of the US Military in Okinawa, will be following a new family child care program that was introduced on Kadena since November 1st, 1999. The new changes, which are the probably the first of their kind since the Air Force child care program was introduced in 1983, are not expected to have any impact on how much parents will now pay for their children’s care. However, they are expected to give more choices to parents, in their quest to provide the best care, under the best conditions possible, for their children. The new program introduces several different levels of family child care licenses: the provisional, the standard, the developmental, and the accredited.

According to official figures from the Family Child Care office, some 15,000 children of Air Force members and civilians are taken care of daily under the current program, 40% of that figure being offered through home care.

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