Without Federal Support, Child Care Providers and Families Struggle to Hang On, Hindering our Nation’s Economic Recovery Child care is an essential pillar of the American economy, yet COVID-19 has […]
A new national survey of more than 6,000 child care providers conducted by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) found that many of them will not […]
Child care supply does not match the potential child care need, a recent Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) study of 25 states found. Based on state-level child care data from each […]
The COVID-19 public health crisis has rapidly shifted how we do business. Seemingly overnight, employers adapted the workplace to keep their employees healthy and follow public health guidance. Video communication […]
Our nation’s long-term well-being depends on a child care industry that works for every family. In addition to the proven benefits of high-quality child care to a child’s learning and […]
This week, a group of current and former senior executive leaders from some of the nation’s largest and most visible companies penned a letter to Congress requesting that relief funding […]
Of the half of child care programs who reported that they applied for the Paycheck Protection Program, half of those were approved for the loan; this would be equivalent to approximately one-quarter of the child care market receiving PPP loans.
Without question, America’s economic recovery from the COVID-19 crisis will depend on whether the child care industry survives.
The COVID-19 crisis has had a tremendous and disastrous effect on child care across the country – both in terms of child care providers and the families they serve. Take a look at the impact this pandemic is having on child care in the states.
A new survey conducted by the Bipartisan Policy Center and Morning Consult finds that child care in the United States is still necessary for parents to work…
Save the Children Action Network and Child Care Aware® of America conducted a national survey that identified registered voters’ overwhelming support for federal funding to address the worsening child care crisis…