Stephanie Schmit, director of CLASP’s child care and early education team, was interviewed for a story on the upcoming child care funding cliff.
Stephanie Schmit was quoted about federal funding for child care providers.
A CLASP report on maternal mental health was referenced.
CLASP Director of Child Care and Early Education Policy team Stephanie Schmit was quoted in this article.
A CLASP report was quoted in this article.
Stephanie Schmit, the director of childcare and early education at CLASP, told The New Republic that this investment would increase the reach of the existing block grants by 70 percent.
"Notably, the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) published a fact sheet that estimates that more than one million children could benefit from the new proposal."
Stephanie Schmit was quoted: “I’m nervous about what’s going to happen in a year or two years when those resources give out if we don’t get additional federal investment."
"Last week, the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) released an analysis estimating that one million new children would be served with the increase in CCDBG funding."
"According to the Center on Law and Social Policy, the plan would benefit more than 1 million children with increased access to affordable child care and early learning services."