Edna A. Hill Child Development Center

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Welcome! The Edna A. Hill Child Development Center, founded in 1943, is a distinguished early childhood program located on the University of Kansas campus and operated by the Department of Applied Behavioral Science. The Center is comprised of the Sunnyside Toddler and Educare Preschool programs and fulfills a mission of teacher training, research and service. It also provides a high quality, responsive learning environment for children from the surrounding community who have a diverse range of abilities and special needs. More...

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