ZONO Sanitizing Cabinets
The ZONO Disinfecting and Sanitizing Cabinet allows teachers to disinfect and sanitize items throughout the day, without taking time away from teaching and caring for their students. Simply place items or mats on the racks and carts, roll the carts directly into the ZONO, and 30 minutes later items are disinfected and sanitized and ready to use.
Brookes - ASQ
Brookes Publishing is the publisher for ages and stages questionnaires (ASQ 3 / ASQ SE 2) as many other tools and professional resources to support the inclusion of all children. The Discovery Source is the authorized representative for Brookes Publishing in California, Hawaii, and Nevada.
Kodo Kids - STEM
Kodo Kids designs and manufactures maker space materials to help programs and schools create little scientists and engineers as well as good citizens who share, collaborate, and work together well. The Discovery Source is the authorized representative for Kodo Kids in California, Hawaii, and Nevada.
Child’s Play - Books
Child’s Play has a history of creating innovative, award-winning books for children from 0-8 years that promote learning through play – books that fully reflect our diverse society in terms of heritage, disability, gender and family.
Whitney Brothers - Furniture
Award winning furniture for Early Learners since 1904. For over 116 years, Whitney Brothers® products have delighted and inspired learning in generations of children.
Learning Beyond (LB) was created by educators with over 150 years of combined experience as leaders in the Department of Education, Early Learning Coalition Directors, NAEYC PD Facilitators, State Curriculum Review Board Members, ELC Professors and Owners, Directors and Teachers who understand the challenges early learning providers face.
For nearly thirty years, research-based, classroom-tested curriculum has consisted of binders, books, and paper-based kits that can cost up to $40,000 and require replacing every three to five years. This model does not support a majority of early learning providers and is not sustainable. We believe teachers and our children deserve better.
At a time when early learning centers are struggling to hire and retain teachers, and qualified teachers, tired of feeling overworked and underpaid are leaving the field, the business impact of curriculum cannot be clearer. Hiring gaps and inconsistency in care from turnover impacts performance, creating challenges in other areas, such as enrollment, quality of instruction, and maintaining positive outcomes for children.