When it comes to investing in a company, one of the most crucial questions to ask is how does this company serve a purpose to the community? At Safari Kid, we make certain that our franchise partners are well-versed in our research-rich curriculum, and understand the “why” behind our early education programs that lead to a life-long love of learning and continued success.
We achieve this by investing in extensive training that focuses on the foundation of each child. Because of this, our franchise partners continue to choose Safari Kid and our company is growing rapidly. Founded by Shy Mudakavi, over 15 years ago, Safari Kid has proven to be the leader in the industry.
At Safari Kid, the golden ticket to the success of our curriculum is that we recognize that every child learns and develops in different ways. One education roadmap will not properly guide every child. Instead, our research and development team has diligently compared various traditional early childhood philosophies to current findings in brain research and child development to create our own progressive and unique method of teaching that reaches all children.
Given this, our curriculum is incomparable to any other early childhood education program. Our programs have been proven time and time again, to lead children to years of developmental success, supporting the growing understanding of the necessity of early education.
“The emotional and physical health, social skills, and cognitive-linguistic capacities that emerge in the early years are all important prerequisites for success in school and later in the workplace and community” (Center on the Developing Child, 2007). Our best practices focus on each capacity and our unique structure creates a safe space for children to flourish. “Early experiences affect the quality of the basic architecture of the brain by establishing either a sturdy or a fragile foundation for all of the learning, health and behavior that follow” (Nelson, 2000).
As our curriculum sees wide success, the industry itself shows no signs of decline anytime soon. Because parents and children across the nation recognize the value of Safari Kids’ programs, the demand for early childhood education is continuing to grow, leading entrepreneurs to invest in this market. “The U.S. child care market size was valued at USD 54.3 billion in 2019 and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.9% from 2020 to 2027.” In fact, as stated in a Newswires article, “the global early childhood education market size is projected to reach 480 billion by 2026.”
As the demand continues, parents will seek to enroll their children in our progressive programs. This is why now is the time to invest in the leading early childhood education program that will continue building better communities for years to come.
C.A. Nelson (2000). Credit: Center on the Developing Child
Center on the Developing Child (2007). The Science of Early Childhood Development (InBrief). Retrieved from www.developingchild.harvard.edu