|S.F. No. 1884 - Modifying Licensing Requirements Related to Child Care Centers|
|Author:||Senator John Doll|
|Prepared by:||Joan White, Senate Counsel (651/296-3814)|
|Date:||March 27, 2009|
Section 3 modifies an existing statute to exempt child care centers from providing a written notification to parents considering enrollment of a child stating that the program employs an individual who is the subject of a disqualification that has been set-aside or a variance. Family child care providers continue to be required to provide this notice. The new language in paragraph (d) requires child care centers to provide written notification only to parents of children who are currently attending the center with whom the employee who is the subject of a set-aside or variance may have contact.
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