Ohio Day Care Centers

Ohio has very specific guidelines to oversee the running of Ohio day care centers, with each attendant and teacher in the day care center being required by law to attend at least fifteen hours of training in some child care related field every year. However, this training is only required for three years, after which the rule is relaxed, and a person is considered to be sufficiently trained. While these rules apply for attendants in Ohio day care centers, requirements for supervisors or lead teachers is of course higher, these being required to have a high school diploma or more advanced degree at the very minimum. However, these qualification standards are still very low compared to the far more demanding requirements of other states. Actually, Ohio's general attitude towards day care centers, despite it's guidelines, is rather lax and relaxed, with the state more or less leaving the day care centers and parents to settle requirements among themselves.

We currently have 2,295 listings for day care centers and child care providers spanning 396 cities in Ohio. Please select your city in Ohio to see the day care centers, nannies, after school programs, and other child care providers for Ohio.

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