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Orientation on new childcare policies at UOG

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - If you've got children in daycare, it's good for you to know that there are new laws on the books related to the quality and standards of care they're receiving or are supposed to be receiving.  With the recent enactment of Public Health's new administrative rules and regulations for child care facilities and group child care homes, the agency is hosting an information community orientation this weekend.

Some of the changes in the new law include child-to-staff ratios, professional development, playground equipment, and new license fees to name a few. You can view the new law at DPHSS.GUAM.GOV. The orientation is this Saturday from 9am to 11am at the University of Guam Lecture Hall.

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