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What does NAFCC stand for?

NAFCC stands for National Association for Family Child Care

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Highlights of the Expo include the annual Child Care Business Breakfast and Applause Awards, featuring a keynote breakfast presentation by nationally-renowned family child care expert Tom Copeland of the National Association for Family Child Care and honoring exemplary child care providers and activists in the child care community; Speed Business Coaching and Afternoon Boost Your Business Sessions focused on strengthening business skills in a variety of areas; and an Exhibit Hall with over 60 booths featuring insurance vendors, bankers, child care associations, state regulatory agencies for the industry, and educational products and curriculum vendors.
The effort is part of a national program called Operation Child Care, organized by the National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies in conjunction with the National Child Care Association, National Association for Family Child Care, national 4-H Clubs, and individual early childhood education and care providers.
The effort is part of a national program called Operation: Child Care, organized by the National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies in conjunction with the National Child Care Association, National Association for Family Child Care, national 4-H Clubs, and individual early childhood education and care providers.
The effort is part of a national program called Operation: Child Care, organized by the National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies in conjunction with the National Child Care Association, National Association for Family Child Care, national 4-H Clubs, and individual early childhood education and care providers.
The effort is part of a national program called Operation: Child Care, organized by the National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies in conjunction with the National Child Care Association, National Association for Family Child Care, national 4-H Clubs, and individual early childhood education and care providers.
The effort is part of a national program called Operation: Child Care, organized by the National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies in conjunction with the National Child Care Association, National Association for Family Child Care, national 4-H Clubs, and individual early childhood education and care providers.