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Healthy Child Care Environments in California


Keeping Children Healthy in California's Child Care Environments: Recommendations to Improve Nutrition and Increase Physical Activity provides policy recommendations guided by input from the Child Care Strategic Assessment Advisory Group. The aim of the Policy recommendations is to create healthier preschool, child care, and after school environments.

Executive Summary

Keeping Children Healthy In California’s Child Care Environments: Recommendations to Improve Nutrition and Increase Physical Activity (PDF; Dated Jan-2011)

Full Report

Keeping Children Healthy in California's Child Care Environments: Recommendations to Improve Nutrition and Increase Physical Activity (PDF; 1MB; Dated Jan-2011)

For More Information

Carol Chase Huegli, M.S., R.D.
Associate Director
Nutrition Services Division
California Department of Education
cchasehuegli@cde.ca.gov

Questions:   Nutrition Services Division | 800-952-5609
Last Reviewed: Monday, June 13, 2016
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