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New Grant Will Promote Equity in Early Childhood Programs in Washington
A new grant in Washington is accepting applications for funding for parent support, early learning and early childhood programs that advance cultural inclusivity.
New York City Mayor Announces Investments in Child Care
New York City Mayor Eric Adams has released an ambitious plan to expand subsidized child care and early childhood education programs.
California’s Child Abuse Registry is Missing Upwards of 22,000 Abuse Suspects, Audit Finds
Tens of thousands of child abuse suspects are missing from California’s statewide child abuse registry, an audit released this week revealed.
Connecticut Establishes Baby Bond Program to Reduce Wealth Disparity
To address wealth disparity, Connecticut has set aside public funds that will establish trust funds for babies born July 1 and later.
Dignity for Moms: N.C. Bill Would Ban Shackling of Incarcerated Women in Childbirth
North Carolina is expected to ban the shackling of incarcerated women during childbirth, according to a published report.
California Tax Surplus Could Mean Early Education Investments
Aided by a surprise tax surplus, California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) announced on Wednesday that his forthcoming budget would allow all 4-year-olds in the state to attend transitional kindergarten and would create college savings accounts for low-income first graders.
New York Budget Embraces ‘Extraordinary’ Expansion of Child Care and Pre-K
Thousands of Child Care Programs Have Closed In California, Study Finds