Vermont Day Care Centers

The state of Vermont demands that not only should all child care provided by Vermont day care centers be of sufficient quality, and that it should meet health and safety standards, but also that there be no discrimination applied, whether direct or implied, in any of the programs or activities used by a day care center. This non-discriminatory policy applies to those employed in Vermont day care centers as well, with it being against the law to discriminate against any employee on the basis of race, gender, origin, or due to any other factor. The usual qualification for staff in Vermont day care centers is the CCP or the CDA, which qualifies a holder to be a child care professional. And of course, many higher qualifications apply, such as a degree in child development or a degree in a field closely associated with child care. The ratio of children to staff is on par with the rest of the country, with five toddlers requiring one attendant.

We currently have 262 listings for day care centers and child care providers spanning 91 cities in Vermont. Please select your city in Vermont to see the day care centers, nannies, after school programs, and other child care providers for Vermont.

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