Due to patriarchy, I am behind on my emails
By Jennifer M. Simon
The key to better policy lies, in part, in including parents’ voices in social policy. When we include the voices of parents, especially mothers, we can ensure that parents have a variety of child care options.
“These care arrangements can include relative care, family friend and neighbor (FFN) providers, and licensed family child care homes,” writes Alysa Hardy of the Center for Law and Social Policy. “States must also sufficiently fund those options.”
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