March 26-30, 2017
FFYF in the News
- Child Care and Early Education: Where Congress, Science, and the Public Agree
The Century Foundation
- On the Same Page: An Early Childhood Education Collaborative With Some Big Backers
- Child Care, Child Protection Get Big Boosts in Omnibus Spending Deal
The Chronicle of Social Change
- Does Higher-Level Number Talk Hold Key to Better Math Scores for Young Children?
- When it comes to American families, the spending bill got two things right
- Parents Working for Congress Face Years-Long Waits for Congressional Day Care
- Reading With Your Toddler Boosts More Than Just Language Skills
- Trump Weighs Making Public Benefits a Barrier for Legal Residency
- Judge Rules for Navajo Nation in Head Start Funding Dispute
The Associated Press
- Child care substitutes are in short supply. A new Colorado law could make them a little easier to find.
- Thousands of families are eligible for child care subsidies. Actually getting them? Good luck.
- More demand than spots for pre-K at most Gainesville schools
The Gainesville Times
- Business leaders meet to stress importance of child care to workers
The Southern Illinoisan
- Dayton Pushes for More Pre-K Funding, Local Districts Respond
- Wanted: Infant day care in rural Minnesota
- Dayton pushes again for pre-K funding
- NMSU’s Center for Community Analysis provides critical research
Las Cruces Sun News
- Nonprofit charged with getting Memphis’ youngest students kindergarten-ready says city’s $6 million is just the start
- Opinion | City efficiencies create funding for pre-K
Memphis Commercial Appeal
- The Texas Legislature took away $118 million in pre-K funding. Now districts are scrambling.
The Texas Tribune