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Kentucky Early Childhood Development Scholarships

The Early Childhood Development Scholarship provides a seamless system to upgrade the professional development of child-care workers and trainers. The state legislature and the Governor created the Early Childhood Development Scholarship as part of the KIDS NOW early childhood initiative. The scholarship provides financial assistance, to the extent of available funds, in the form of nonrepayable tuition scholarships for Kentucky students who are pursuing one of the following:


* Child Development Associate Credential
* Associate degree in early childhood education
* Bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary early childhood education or a related program that is approved by the Early Childhood Development Authority
* Kentucky Early Childhood Development Director’s Certificate

For more information and eligibility requirements, please visit:
http://www.kheaa.com/prog_ecds.html

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