Flance Early Learning Center featured in St. Louis American

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This week, the Flance Early Learning center was featured in the St. Louis American.  Flance has served children on the Near North Side for two years now. Since opening, Flance has created strong community partners, trained childcare providers and continued to put the development of children at the forefront. The article highlights Flance’s ambitious mission, model and plans for the future:

The Flance Center, managed by Flance Management, is a project of Urban Strategies and St. Louis-based urban redeveloper McCormack Baron Salazar. It was envisioned as much more than a place for harried parents to park their small children while they earn a living. Its vision is “to create a new paradigm in early childhood education that will serve as a model for creating a systemic change for children and families.”

Read the complete St. Louis American article here: Building ‘a new paradigm in early childhood education’