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Knowledge Learning Corporation Joins Forces With Children’s Creative Learning Center, Inc., As Part Of National Expansion Effort


Knowledge Learning Corporation (KLC), the leading private provider of early childhood education and care, announced that Children’s Creative Learning Center, Inc. (CCLC), a premium provider of employer-sponsored early childhood education and care, has joined forces with KLC as part of a national expansion effort. Based in the San Francisco Bay area, CCLC has provided thousands of children with high-quality education and care for more than 15 years including several Fortune 500 companies who have partnered with CCLC to create innovative programs. Fran and Ty Durekas will remain with the company which will continue to operate as a subsidiary of KLC under the CCLC brand.

With increased demands in U.S. employment, corporations are witnessing a growing demand for on-site early childhood education and care services. Companies benefit from offering these services to their employees as it reduces employee absenteeism; serves as an added benefit to the employer’s compensation package; and tends to lower turnover rates. With the addition of the CCLC branded centers, Knowledge Learning Corporation offers a variety of on-site education and care programs and back-up care services at more than 130 employer-sponsored locations nationwide in the technology, healthcare, financial services and education industries.

“We are excited to have Fran and Ty Durekas, two of the industry’s leading child care operators, add their depth of industry expertise to the KLC Employer Partnerships management team,” said Felicia Thornton, Board member, Knowledge Learning Corporation. “Together, we will expand the CCLC brand nationally, providing more children, families and clients with the highest quality education and care services available.”

“This is a fantastic opportunity for our company as we will continue to operate under the CCLC brand name with access to the resources we need to grow our operations,” said Fran Durekas, Chief Operating Officer, CCLC. “One of the key benefits of joining together with KLC is that each of our centers will now have access to more training and curriculum resources. This will only serve to enhance the programming we provide to our children, the educational opportunities we provide to our center staff and the ability to sponsor educational workshops for our families.”


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