November 4, 2020
As election results are tallied, parents, providers, and advocates’ concerns surrounding the ongoing child care crisis continue with the knowledge that the current situation is completely unsustainable.
|NATIONAL NEWS |
Child Care Benefits May Be As Important As Healthcare If You Want To Keep Top Employees
Forbes | 11/4/20
The pandemic has disrupted child care and schooling, with some facilities closed, some open, and many just gone. For parents, it’s an ever-changing conundrum: What do I do with the kids today?
|IN THE STATES|
Child care facilities hit hard by pandemic
Pea Ridge Times | 11/4/20
The official statistics support what working parents already know. It is more difficult than ever to find affordable child care of high quality. Many child care programs had to close because they struggled to hire staff.
In-person child care did not increase COVID-19 risk for teachers, study says. What can we learn from that?
EdNC | 11/3/20
As K-12 school leaders across North Carolina consider when and how to serve students in-person safely, many child care directors have kept their doors open for the entire year.
Early Head Start still offers services despite the pandemic
ABC 13 | 11/3/20
Early Head Start programs are available here in Northwest Ohio for children from zero to three-years-old. It’s an effort to support pregnant women, infants, and toddlers and it’s going strong even in the pandemic.
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