As states roll out new training initiatives for home-based providers, they also seek to learn more about their goals and needs.
The Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act is a step toward strengthening how the federal government uses evidence.
The shutdown has disrupted much more than government services, as thousands of families now face mounting instability.
Thirty-six percent of federal employees report having child care responsibilities, and 14 percent report having responsibilities for an adult with special needs.
Interviews with child care providers show how they help low-income parents stay employed.
Apprenticeships could provide millions of Americans with rewarding job and training opportunities—a shared goal of nearly every policymaker.
Algorithms risk perpetuating bias in hiring. How can employers use them to make hiring more inclusive?
Amazon reportedly discovered that its artificial intelligence–based hiring tool developed a bias against women.
Researchers calculating income growth by adjusting for inflation rarely offset increases in income for homeowners.