WASHINGTON- The $2.2 trillion coronavirus relief law includes millions in federal funding to keep childcare facilities open for essential workers. Now it’s up to each state’s governor to determine how to spen […]
School districts that serve tens of thousands of Colorado students are using discredited or inconsistent approaches to teach children how to read, contributing to the state’s persistently low rates of r […]
A measuring tape marks out three meters and bright cones provide a visual barrier.
Preschool teacher Uli Hecker has found a way to follow public health orders for COVID-19 while safely connecting face to […]
Tonya Chandler’s 6-year-old daughter made a fort in the playroom, the daily hub of Chandler’s home child care business.
The fort isn’t so unusual, but the fact that Chandler’s daughter is there a […]
JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. — Joy Rees teaches kindergarten at Sams Valley Elementary and wanted to do something special for her students.
Using Easter Bunny-like skills, she put together gift bags and dropped t […]
JEFFERSON COUNTY, Ala (WBMA) — Soon millions of Americans will receive a stimulus check from the government.
For many families, it can’t come soon enough.
Ashley Williams works at a daycare, but it’s clo […]
AGAWAM, Mass. (WWLP) — This past Monday started the first week of exempted emergency child care programs for essential workers with children.
This followed Governor Charlie Baker’s announcement last wee […]
Concern over changes in state rules and recommendations guiding child care centers amid the coronavirus scare — and worry over their liability if a child in their care becomes ill with covid-19 — have kept som […]
Small businesses are feeling the financial burden of the Coronavirus outbreak. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses across America are closed to prevent the further spread of the virus. While all […]
Child care has always been a vital resource for families and now its role is crucial for those who continue to work throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Washington daycares have been cautious in their approach in […]
The number of deaths from the coronavirus pandemic in Texas rose to 26 on Friday, and on Thursday a 44-year-old New Braunfels man died from the virus.
Adolph Mendez, 44, had lived in New Braunfels for the past […]
With the coronavirus pandemic forcing many communities to close schools and child daycare centers out of the concern for caution, parents and other caregivers have been left looking for ways to keep kids […]
During normal times, Tracy Carter’s DeSoto child care center, A Heart To Give, serves around 60 children, from infants to elementary students. Typically, Carter has a staff of 12 full-time and part-time e […]
Advocates are calling for grocery stores and food processing workers to be eligible for the same emergency child care available to front-line medical workers.
As schools and child care centers closed in […]
A second emergency order issued by Walker County Commissioner Shannon Whitfield requires all non-home based childcare facilities, as defined by the state, and personal care services to close no later than […]
DES MOINES, Iowa — As more Iowans stay home from work during the COVID-19 pandemic, their needs for childcare are changing.
In a press conference on Sunday, Governor Reynolds said childcare centers would […]
Childcare providers and working parents have dealt with unprecedented conflicts the past couple of weeks with COVID-19 at the root of their challenges.
Ironically, the pandemic has left some childcare […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended the lives of billions of people around the world. For many parents with young children in the United States, shelter-in-place orders implemented in different areas over the […]
Thousands of preschool and child care programs remain open across California even as the number of children attending continues to drop amid fears of spreading the coronavirus.
That’s putting a strain on b […]
HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — Every industry has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and that includes childcare centers. Many are closed, and not collecting state subsidies or tuition from p […]
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