Four indicators show the stark inequities of the COVID-19 recession.
Six Strategies for a More Inclusive Understanding of How COVID-19 is Affecting Families’ Child Care Needs
How researchers can apply racial equity and community engagement lenses to data collection.
Child care assistance can support economic recovery and remove barriers lower-income families face when trying to reenter the labor force.
Want to Understand What Child Care Programs Need during the Pandemic? These Five Survey Tips Could Help
These survey tips can help state and local leaders understand how child care programs and their staff are faring and what it will take to reopen and recover from the pandemic.
Families envision a system that provides support before they are in crisis, but doing so may require transforming how the system currently works.
These analyses are critical at a time when research suggests the pandemic is deepening structural inequities in child care.
New research finds there isn’t a comprehensive or single way young children have been fed during child care closures.
In 2019, roughly 9 percent of federal spending was invested in children, compared with 45 percent that was spent on retirement and health benefits for adults through Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.
Absent new legislation, more than one in five Black and Hispanic people are at risk of being in poverty later this year.