Addressing anti-Asian violence should not be seen only as individual incidents but understood as representative of an ongoing effort to dismantle longstanding structural racism.
Historically, the child care subsidy system has been underfunded, serving only one in six children eligible under federal law.
How stimulus funding can support evidence-based improvements to the well-being of the ECE workforce.
Families working nontraditional hours face challenges finding child care, and child care services they do use tend to receive less support from public funds.
Our State-by-State Spending on Kids Dataset offers the most comprehensive account of public spending on children available, and it gives state and federal administrators the data they need to make informed decisions amid pandemic relief.
The pros and cons of using a community-engaged approach to co-design a cost study with local partners.
Insights into how a community-based approach can strengthen research and create equitable evaluation processes.
To prevent permanent job loss and damage to a field dominated by women of color, contracts should be designed creatively and with a focus on equity.
The American Families Plan will increase investment in childcare and early education, and the impacts will benefit even those without children.
Easing Barriers to Child Care Food Subsidies for Home-Based Child Care Providers Offers Policymakers an Overlooked Opportunity
Removing barriers could support the healthy development and well-being of millions of American children.