Last month, 4Cs failed to pay its child care providers on time, violating the terms of their state grants and putting payees in a tough spot.
A scathing audit convinced the California Department of Education to find a more scrupulous contractor than 4Cs to manage $40 million in grants.
A scathing new report found that 4Cs child care nonprofit mismanaged state grants and caused undue financial hardship for countless families.
The 4C Council child care nonprofit is under fire once again—this time for allegedly cheating employees out of retirement benefits.
After 45 years at the helm of Silicon Valley’s largest publicly funded child care agency, the head of 4Cs has called it quits. But the audits go on.
Silicon Valley’s largest publicly funded child care agency announced Friday that it has to close three of its preschools.
Dramatic operating losses and reports of pension mismanagement have prompted a state audit of the 4C Council.
A pension freeze is only the latest sign of dysfunction at the 4C Council child care provider, the South Bay’s largest publicly funded nonprofit.