Update on State Child Care Assistance Policies and Use of Economic Recovery Funds
Join CLASP and the National Women’s Law Center for the third in a series of calls about how states are working to improve the quality and accessibility of child care in the current economic crisis.
The call will be moderated by Helen Blank of the National Women's Law Center and Danielle Ewen of CLASP. Presenters will discuss how their states have successfully used economic recovery funds to assist low-income families and include:
- Shannon Rudisill, Associate Director, Child Care Bureau, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services
- Tonya Russell, Director, Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education, Arkansas Department of Human Services
- Brittany Birken, Director, Office of Early Learning, Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation
In addition, the call will discuss highlights from NWLC’s new child care report, State Child Care Assistance Policies 2009: Most States Hold the Line, But Some Lose Ground in Hard Times.
Update on State Child Care Assistance Policies and Use of Economic Recovery Funds will take place on Thursday, October 15, at 3:30 p.m. Eastern.
For recordings and transcripts of past calls, go to CLASP's Economic Recovery: Reinvesting in Child Care homepage.