Redleaf Press Partnerships

Redleaf Press is proud to partner with many education associations and agencies. Please scroll through to learn more about our partners and the opportunities available. Members of these associations and organizations receive special Redleaf Press promotions.
The National Association for Family Child Care is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting quality child care by strengthening the profession of family child care.
The Association for Childhood Education International promotes and supports the optimal education and development of children worldwide and influences the professional growth of educators and the efforts of others who are committed to the needs of children in a changing society.
Child Care Providers United is an organization made up of thousands of home-based child care professionals working to strengthen the child care and early learning services that working families need.
Eager to Learn is an innovative, community based, e-learning program of the Minnesota Child Care Resource & Referral Network.
The Northern Rhode Island Family Child Care Partnership is one of four community based service networks in Rhode Island, established by the Department of Children, Youth, and Families in 2009 to provide coordination and direct services for vulnerable families.
The Wisconsin Early Childhood Association is a statewide, non-profit organization serving as a professional association whose members care for and educate Wisconsin's children, age birth to eight. has a mission to work with educators and school leaders to deliver a portfolio of professional development, tools, and resources designed to advance teaching and learning.
Since 1993, the North Carolina Institute for Child Development Professionals has focused its efforts on building a comprehensive professional development and recognition system that links education and compensation for the more than 40,000 early educators who work with children or support the work of child care and school-age programs.
The Florida Association for the Education of Young Children is the largest professional organization for people working in the early care and education field in the state of Florida.
VOICE/CSEA is a union made up of and working for family child care providers from across New York, organizing for power to take on challenges facing providers and the children and families they serve.
The California Association for the Education of Young Children is dedicated to advancing excellence throughout early care and education profession.
Founded in 1966, the Texas Association for the Education of Young Children supports over 2,000 members statewide with training, legislative advocacy, grants, and scholarships.