Procare Solutions and Marcopolo Learning partner to deliver award-winning digital learning videos and educational resources to Child Care Centres

Marcopolo Learning

Procare Solutions, the most widely used child care management software, and MarcoPolo Learning, the Emmy-nominated global developer of educational videos, games and digital platforms for educators and children ages 3-7, has announced a partnership that will provide high-quality educational resources through the Procare platform.

This partnership enables both teachers and parents to access MarcoPolo Learning’s award-winning library of English, Spanish and Modified/ELL learning videos and educator resources that align with the school’s early learning curricula. MarcoPolo’s video library is the most comprehensive for early childhood educators with over 1,200 videos, educator guides and other classroom materials that bring curriculum to life.

“Educational content is being used by most early childhood educators to enhance learning and engagement, but not all content found online is safe and designed for young children. Our proprietary video library supports teachers by giving them access to high-quality curriculum-aligned content, educator guides, and innovative child-facing technology that allows classroom content to be shared with families,” said Justin Hsu, CEO and Founder of MarcoPolo Learning. “By better supporting early childhood educators and young children, we can also positively affect teacher engagement and retention, as well as foster children’s passion for lifelong learning.”

“This partnership is another step forward in our mission to simplify child care operations and enhance children’s learning with high-quality education,” said JoAnn Kintzel, CEO of Procare Solutions. “Educators will now have the ability to access MarcoPolo Learning’s videos, resources, activity ideas and family engagement suggestions easily through the Procare platform.

Integrating MarcoPolo Learning’s program into the Procare Solutions platform helps solve some of the most common pain points for early childhood educators, and it provides institutional grade resources most commonly found in large school districts, national childcare providers and Head Start programs.