Here Are Some Reasons Why We're More Than Just A Daycare Franchise

What is the difference between early childhood education and daycare? Read on to learn more about why Children’s Lighthouse is not a daycare franchise.

Children’s Lighthouse:

Our Early Childhood Education Opportunity vs. a Daycare Franchise

In 2019, the early childhood learning industry had a market size of $245 billion. This is expected to reach $480 billion by 2026. Now is the perfect time to invest in this booming recession-resistant industry with a Children’s Lighthouse franchise.

Children’s Lighthouse is so much more than a daycare franchise. We are an early learning school franchise that provides entrepreneurs with the opportunity to break into a growing industry.

With excellence as our standard, we have crafted an innovative educational and values-based curriculum designed to engage children in the joys of learning, laying the foundation for lifelong academic success.

Our franchise opportunity allows you to offer your community quality childcare that goes beyond the simple playtime and babysitting offered by traditional daycare center franchises.

What Is Daycare?

A daycare center really offers one primary service. A center of this kind provides babies and young children with care and supervision during working hours when parents need to go out and earn a living.

In most cases, daycare centers don’t offer educational features designed to nurture children and help them get off to a good start in their academic lives. This is where early childhood education differs from daycare centers.

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What Is Early Childhood Education?

According to Harvard University, early childhood education for children between birth and the age of three lays the groundwork for educational achievement, economic productivity, responsible citizenship, lifelong health, strong communities, and successful parenting of the next generation.

Early childhood education occurs at a critical stage in a child’s development and focuses on inspiring and educating children from birth. Early learning centers are geared toward children’s social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development and go way beyond simple supervision.

Children’s Lighthouse is a leading provider of early childhood education from six weeks to 12 years of age. This is in contrast to your typical daycare center franchise that caters only to children up until age 6, meaning your investment gets you double the longevity.

We offer franchise opportunities to those wishing to serve their communities and help develop the next generation. You will be contributing to your community’s growth by providing children with early childhood education that goes beyond the toddler stage, going the extra mile by fostering a passion for lifelong learning.

The Children’s Lighthouse Difference

Children’s Lighthouse is a leader in the early education sphere. We’ve developed an early childhood education franchise business model that will allow you to fully leverage our industry. We help establish your new school, including site selection, and provide access to proprietary resources and technologies. Our business model takes much of the guesswork out of running your early learning school franchise.

Our Lighthouse Pathways approach delivers an environment that provides opportunities for individualized skill development, group learning, self-regulation, and inquiry-based investigation with a focus on four key areas; Confidence, Connection, Continuous Improvement, and Curriculum.

Children’s Lighthouse is committed to excellence in early childhood education. We believe that all children deserve a safe environment that allows them to be expressive and independent learners as they develop their learning styles.

Contact us today to learn more about our early learning school franchise opportunities!

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