Local child-care centers back doing what they do best When the state of California budget was at an impasse its crippling effect not only impacted government run businesses, but also state funded non-profits such as the Page Learning Academy Inc.Page Learning Academy Inc. which operates three child-care centers in Los Angeles and Inglewood received good news when it re-opened its doors on October 25, and has again began providing five-star quality child care for infants and toddlers through age four, from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday."It is a welcome relief for those parents who are going to school, looking for work or continuing work. I am thrilled to be back doing what I love and making sure children in our community have affordable child care," said Page Learning Academy owner Creise Page.With centers located at 216 W. Vernon Ave. and 4724 S. Wilton Pl. in Los Angeles, and another at 726 Centinela Ave. in Inglewood, Page Learning Academy Inc. has earned rave reviews since it began operation in 1983."This Academy is a wonderful learning experience for children. The staff is very nice and they always think of the children first. I only wish that they had a facility that would allow them to teach K-3. Keep up the good work," said Lisa BensonAmong the attractions for the centers is the low ratio of children and infants per credentialed teacher. For the infants its three children per instructor and for all others it's an amazing 8-1 ratio.All of the children are served three meals each and bilingual education is also offered.For more information contact one of the three centers at (323) 233-7253 or (310) 673-1145 or (323) 299-7243. Tax deductible donations for this non-profit organization are welcome.