To address the maternal mental health crisis, Congress must meaningfully invest in maternal mental health supports and services to better address the well-being of birthing people at this critical time in their lives.
Congress must act swiftly to avert another potential shutdown. Policymakers must prioritize families and children with adequate resources to avoid adding more harm to what the loss of pandemic relief programs already caused.
A history of underinvestment in child care results in low wages and lack of other support for providers which can make copayments complex and unaffordable for families. We need increased and sustained public investment.
In this GLR Learning Tuesdays webinar, co-sponsored by Early Learning Nation Magazine, we heard a riveting conversation about early childhood policy — past, present and future. Moderator Michelle Kang of NAEYC opened the session by recognizing the essential yet currently undervalued and undercompensated role that child care and education…
Alycia Hardy, Alyssa Fortner, and Tiffany Ferrette presented to the NC Coalition for Inclusion, Not Expulsions on their brief “Centering Black Families: Equitable Discipline through Improved Data Policies in Child Care” and state and federal recommendations to address harsh disciplinary practices.