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SOURCE: Little Sprouts
Exchange Magazine recognizes Little Sprouts for being one of North America's 50 largest for-profit child care organizations.
LAWRENCE, MA (PRWEB) February 21, 2013
Exchange Magazine recently released its annual status report of the largest for-profit child care establishments. Little Sprouts, a leader in early education ranks as #38 among fifty of North America’s largest child care institutions. The report centers on analyzing year over year capacity growth within different sectors of the child care industry - ranging from large national chains through local operations.
From 2009 to 2012 Little Sprouts boasts an impressive 82% growth rate. During the 4 year period, Little Sprouts opened a total of 9 schools (8 preschools in M.A. and 1 preschool in N.H.) increasing capacity from 1,063 to 1,711. That's over 61% more when compared to the average 10% growth rate of other child care establishments.
In addition to capacity growth, Little Sprouts increased enrollment from 805 children in 2009 to over 1,352 children in 2012, adding more than 225 jobs throughout the process.
Melissa Leger, Little Sprouts CFO in commenting on the organization’s recent notoriety mentions “Little Sprouts has seen a tremendous growth in these past 4 years. Our exceptionally passionate and dedicated employees have driven our success, allowing us the opportunity to grow immensely.” Mark Anderegg, Little Sprouts CEO adds “We have only just begun. We are enthusiastic to look ahead to the future. It is with our vision, energy and passion for progress that we constantly give parents and children the feeling that we are onto something big!”
To learn more about Little Sprouts and their mission of transforming early education, call 877-977-7688.
About Little Sprouts: Little Sprouts has been a leader in providing award-winning early education and care since 1982. Over 64% of Little Sprouts students score as advanced for early literacy development, with 25% of students being gifted. Little Sprouts is home to 17 schools in Massachusetts and New Hampshire supporting families that reflect 56 cultures, speaking 23 languages, from all different walks of social, economic, religious and ethnic backgrounds. To learn more about Little Sprouts and how they expand the power and potential of early education and child care, visit http://www.littlesprouts.com.
Media Contact: Georgette Yannios, 978-291-0256 ext. 40, gyannios(at)littlesprouts(dot)com
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