Child Care Commission
The NC Child Care Commission is made up of seventeen members: seven appointed by the Governor, five by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and five by the President Pro Tempore of the Senate. The members include parents, child care providers, a pediatrician, early childhood education specialists and general citizens. Child Care Commission Members are appointed to serve two-year terms. Members may be reappointed and can serve up to 4 consecutive terms for a total of eight consecutive years. The Child Care Commission meetings are held quarterly, generally in Raleigh.
The Commission is highly committed to ensuring quality child care across North Carolina. Commission members hear from parents, providers and the public about their opinions on child care in North Carolina’s Child Care Rules. This is generally done at each Commission meeting during a time set aside for comments from the public.
The NC Child Care Commission is responsible for adopting rules to implement the child care laws established by the NC General Assembly. The Child Care Commission makes rules about:
If you would like to receive notification of Commission meetings, contact us with your email address to receive meeting notices electronically.
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