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 […]
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul is keeping a close eye on all the women and mothers out there during this COVID-19 crisis.
“They’re taking it on the chin,” Hochul told 7 Eyewi […]
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 […]
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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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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