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House Republicans’ budget proposal is yet another Trojan horse to give tax cuts to the wealthy, while slashing programs everyday Americans rely on.
Quality rating and improvement systems offer a promising framework to increase access to high-quality early learning for all children.
Quality rating and improvement systems offer a promising framework for improving the quality of early childhood programs.
Capping federal funding for Medicaid would make it harder for children with disabilities and their families to access the supports and services they need to thrive.
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Trump’s actions during his first 100 days in office have time and again benefitted corporations and the wealthy at the expense of ordinary Americans.
A new analysis of President Trump’s child care plan finds that a typical family in Trump swing counties should expect less than $10 in net benefits.
A CAP toolkit provides resources for state and local officials to create policies that increase access and affordability of high-quality child care.
This infographic demonstrates how investing in families early on pays off down the line.
Research finds that implicit bias begins in preschool and may explain disproportionate suspension rates for African American boys.
The American Health Care Act would result in less access to critical health care services for young children.
The president promised a “new chapter of American greatness” but failed to mention massive cuts to programs that help families get ahead.
There is a critical need to better understand the components of high-quality early childhood education programs to ensure policy solutions adequately support and promote access to quality for all families.
Comprehensive federal policies can help states ensure that members of the early childhood workforce have adequate compensation, benefits, and support for their professional growth.