STAMFORD — Debbie Esposito’s home was made to be a day care.
Not only did she renovate most of her Hirsch Road home to serve as the site of Beginner Steps day care, but there are signs all over the pla […]
A lawyer and I stepped into a windowless conference room in her office building in Washington, D.C., and she reflexively closed the door. I had forgotten to restock my tissues and would soon regret that. By […]
“Snow day:” perhaps two of the most highly anticipated words ever heard for many area children. But the cancellation of school can create a number of concerns for parents, especially when it comes to pro […]
LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) — The state of Nebraska is working to make sure your children are safe while you’re at work or school. It’s all in relation to a federal law from 2014 requiring all states to do F.B.I […]
WASHINGTON (SBG) – Join Sinclair Broadcast Group and host Armstrong Williams for a round table discussion about the preschool to prison pipeline in America.
“According to the department of education, black […]
The Hillsborough Planning Board unanimously approved an informal hearing for the proposed construction of school childcare center.
Matthew Taylor, the development project manager for Primrose Schools, […]
RICHMOND – Over 5,000 child care facilities around the state must start testing their drinking water for lead or use bottled water under a bill approved by the Virginia Senate.
SB 1622, […]
SHAW, Miss. (AP) – The father of a 20-month-old Mississippi Delta girl who police say was stabbed and placed in a hot oven says he still struggles with his emotions over her death.
John Floyd told WREG-TV t […]
NORTH HAVEN, Conn. — Edward Zigler, a Yale University professor who helped create the Head Start program for disadvantaged preschoolers in the 1960s, has died at his Connecticut home. He was 88 years o […]
The Bradford YMCA will be hosting its 2019 Annual Giving Campaign Kickoff event at 6 p.m. on Feb. 19 in the facility’s Activity Center.
Y staff and volunteer campaigners will come together and share i […]
It was after his son Viggo was born that Swedish photographer, Johan Bavman, then on parental leave, began looking for information about stay-at-home-dads. He found nothing. What he did find was a study that […]
PORTALES, N.M. (KRQE) – A New Mexico mom is speaking out for the first time since two daycare workers were found guilty for leaving her daughter in a hot car.
In 2017, Mary and Sandi Taylor left Maliyah Jo […]
LINCOLN, Neb. – The state of Nebraska is working to make sure your children are safe while you’re at work or school. It’s all in relation to a federal law from 2014 requiring all states to do F.B.I background […]
The Joint Budget Committee on Monday held a first-ever opportunity for the public to weigh in on how they think the state should prioritize its budget.
Many of those testifying pleaded with the JBC to fully […]
In a letter sent Friday afternoon to the University of Montana campus, president Seth Bodnar apologized for the asbestos situation found at McGill Hall. Last week, UM officials closed McGill Hall after o […]
On the same day University of Montana President Seth Bodnar issued a written apology to parents after the discovery of asbestos in a UM preschool, the university received tests showing asbestos […]
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