Oklahoma Day Care Centers

Teachers in Oklahoma day care centers are required to have at least a high school diploma, or at least a GED. They are also allowed to work in a day care center if they are in the process of acquiring a GED. All applications for the actual license for the day care center must be processed by the Oklahoman department of Human Services, which reviews each application and checks that the day care center meets state requirements. However, the state of Oklahoma offers a very reasonable approach to licensing Oklahoma day care centers, allowing, for example, a person just starting a day care center to obtain a provisional license, even if all the criteria for a full license are not yet met, and then to use the proceeds from the running of the day care center to meet the criteria needed for a full level license, though this must be done within the space of a year.

We currently have 714 listings for day care centers and child care providers spanning 188 cities in Oklahoma. Please select your city in Oklahoma to see the day care centers, nannies, after school programs, and other child care providers for Oklahoma.

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