Access to high-quality child care, particularly for families with low incomes, has always been a challenge. The coronavirus pandemic has made it even more challenging.
This Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Asha Banerjee discusses the AAPI community's immense achievements in the face of the coronavirus pandemic and the systemic racism and hardship AAPI workers and families regularly face.
Kate Gallagher Robbins was quoted about the child care industry and the current pandemic crisis: “The bottom line is without child care America doesn’t work."
The ten core competencies outlined in the report could address existing gaps in youth- and young-adult-centered mental health systems, and they reflect values that translate into skills, attitudes, knowledge, and abilities of system participants.
Statement from Olivia Golden about the latest killings of African Americans in communities across the country.
This executive summary, by Nia West Bey and Kayla Tawa, overviews state and local policy options targeting cost, confidentiality, and community-based care
The Child Care is Essential Act would provide $50 billion of critical support to keep the child care sector afloat through the pandemic.
Testimony of Hannah Matthews to the U.S. House of Representatives Education and Labor Committee's Member Briefing, May 26, 2020.
This article lifts up an Instagram post that cites a recent CLASP report.