Recent Updates

June 11, 2020 News Post
COVID-19 Child Care News Update – June 11

Extended stay-at-home orders and massive declines in enrollment have forced nearly half of child care providers to close their doors; those still operating or reopening will have to operate on […]

June 11, 2020 Blog Post
Chamber Leaders from Across the Country Call for Federal Child Care Relief

In a letter sent to Congress this week, 41 state and local Chambers of Commerce urged lawmakers to provide targeted assistance to child care providers in the next COVID-19 recovery […]

May 29, 2020 Blog Post
Congressional Leaders Introduce Bill to Establish Child Care Stabilization Fund

This week, Senator Patty Murray (D-WA), Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro (D-CT), and Congressman Bobby Scott (D-VA) introduced the Child Care is Essential Act – a bill to create a Child Care Stabilization Fund […]

May 29, 2020 Print Resource
National Business Leaders Call for Increased Federal Child Care Relief

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 […]

May 27, 2020 News Post
Millions Can’t Return to Work without Child Care

The child care industry is on the brink of collapse as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Without significant, dedicated relief, the U.S. stands to lose 4.5 million child care […]

May 20, 2020 News Post
Child Care Shortages Creating Uncertainty for Parents Returning to Work

Child care providers across the country, many of whom were already struggling to stay open before this crisis, are facing even greater challenges as enrollment declines exponentially due to the […]

May 14, 2020 News Post
COVID-19 CHILD CARE NEWS UPDATE – MAY 14

Child care providers across the country, many of whom were already struggling to stay open before this crisis, are facing even greater challenges as enrollment declines exponentially due to the […]

May 13, 2020 Print Resource
Child Care Providers Face Challenges in Accessing Paycheck Protection Program

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.

May 13, 2020 Print Resource
Talking Points – Child Care Relief

Without question, America’s economic recovery from the COVID-19 crisis will depend on whether the child care industry survives.

May 13, 2020 News Post
COVID-19 Child Care News Update – May 12

Child care providers across the country, many of whom were already struggling to stay open before this crisis, are facing even greater challenges as enrollment declines exponentially due to the […]