The childcare situation was bad before the COVID-19 pandemic and now it’s worse.
Nearly half of the licensed child care facilities in the state have closed. If the state is going to pull off a successful […]
In order for all area residents to have important local information on the coronavirus health emergency, Palo Alto Online has lifted its pay meter and is providing unlimited access to its website. We need your […]
Over the summer, I thought to myself, I can swim. I can teach my kid to swim. Not so! Huge failure. So I forked out the money, she took one week of lessons from a high schooler, and BAM: swimming.
That’s okay […]
MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) – Schools may be closed due to the coronavirus pandemic but across the Upper Peninsula, many childcare centers remain open.
These include center-based care and home-based care […]
Jack Mahar loves delivery trucks and the people who drive them.
The kindergartener at Hillside Elementary in Niskayuna, N.Y., had a delivery-themed fifth birthday party and one of the first words he learned to […]
The current COVID-19 crisis has forced our schools to adapt in ways that, up until a few weeks ago, I could not have imagined. The Stamford Public Schools have demonstrated agility and creativity to meet the […]
With lockdown measures having restricted South Africans from going about their usual routines, there will be some relief introduced for divorced families, who will now be able to share childcare duties with […]
OMAHA – Childcare providers are essential year-round, but especially now during the coronavirus pandemic.
Though a new survey from the Buffett Early Childhood Institute at the University of Nebraska shows […]
Following Gov. Charlie Baker’s March 15 order for schools across Massachusetts to close in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, some faculty at the College has had to contend with caring for their children in a […]
COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI)- After passing a resolution ordering child care facilities to close, Columbus city leaders are now reversing that decision.
During Tuesday’s city council meeting, the board said G […]
You have had sleepless nights, changed diapers, and handled multiple tantrums. It is time you set your little bird free. They will have to roam the earth without you. Those first years were a little bit […]
Peppa Pig and Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood might already be your kids’ quarantine favorites, but sometimes they might need an extra education boost.
These YouTube channels offer free online l […]
April 7, 2020
The families of essential workers with incomes at or below 150% of area median income may apply for 100% subsidies of child care fees charged by licensed providers.
These subsidies are […]
Daycares, at a premium in Kansas in non-pandemic times, are essential businesses that can stay open while the state is under a stay-at-home order. Overall, they’re seeing a drop in the number of kids who s […]
Regarding “Fear, isolation and financial stress. How do we cope with it all?” (March 30): As a pharmacy technician, I’m on the front lines of this pandemic. I’m stressed that I could be exposed and that I […]
In the midst of COVID-19 and social distancing, parenting challenges have never been more apparent.
Forget the terrible twos and prepare for the hateful eights ‒ parents have named age 8 as the most d […]
Melissa Bondy, PhD
Chair, Department of Epidemiology and Population Health
MedicalResearch.com: What is the background for this study?
Response: Faculty researchers in Stanford’s Dep […]
MANSFIELD – At pandemic child care centers in Richland County, staff and children are adjusting to a new normal for the next month, and perhaps longer.
Children get their temperatures checked before they e […]
What do a bar bouncer, kindergarten teacher, hockey referee, marriage and family therapist, and police officer all have in common? They know how to break up a fight.
I work from home, like countless […]
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