only qualified, experienced teachers.
They are not babysitters—they are educators, trained to nurture children's development socially, emotionally, physically and academically.
All DHCDC teachers hold at least an associate's degree in early childhood development/education, and many have bachelor's degrees.
Some of our teacher assistants have early childhood degrees as well, and for those still working on one, we created a partnership with Thomas Nelson Community College to bring in professors for on-site classes in the evenings.
But the best thing about our teachers is that they simply love what they do
. . . and the children they nurture.