"The child-care industry will need $9.6 billion a month in federal assistance to prevent providers from being forced to permanently shut down, according to an analysis by the Center for Law and Social Policy and the National Women’s Law Center."
Statement from CLASP about the woefully inadequate COVID-relief proposal from tthe Senate Republicans.
CLASP's report on $9.6 billion needed a month for child care during the pandemic was referenced in this article.
These reports on qualitative research in Boston and the Carolinas highlight the harm done to immigrant families and their children by the Trump Administration's policies and rhetoric.
When the effects of historical and cultural trauma are transferred through generations it is called intergenerational trauma. This relates to mental health among indigenous people as a whole, because all of the atrocities our ancestors faced have an impact on us today and how our brains wired.
CLASP report on the child care system needing at $9.6 billion a month during the pandemic was referenced.
CLASP report about child care system needing at least $9.6 billion during the pandemic crisis.
Christine Johnson-Staub was quoted about a finding a solution to save the child care industry.
The COVID-19 pandemic has devastated the child care system, threatening workers’ livelihoods and families’ stability. Because listening to people who are directly affected by policy is a critical part of equitable policymaking, CLASP and our partners teamed up to share the stories of families and providers from across the country who are coping with the impact of the pandemic.