The American Health Care Act would result in less access to critical health care services for young children.
Mapping America’s Child Care Deserts
Trump’s Immigration Policies Are Harming American Children
Early Learning in the United States: 2017
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Trump’s Child Care Plan Doesn’t Help the Families that Won Him the Election
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.
The education secretary nominee’s singular focus on school choice through a voucher system puts the civil rights of students with disabilities at risk.
The start of the 115th Congress presents an important opportunity to strengthen communities, expand employment, raise wages, and build the infrastructure that will power the U.S. economy in the 21st-century.
Trump’s pattern of racist rhetoric may have a profound impact on children’s development.
States can use Medicaid funding to finance evidence-based home visiting programs. This checklist outlines key strategies for states to get started.
States have many opportunities to leverage Medicaid to expand home visiting.
CAP outlines 17 nonlegislative actions that state governors can take to support early learning.
The cost of quality child care is well-documented, but less attention is given to the persistent undersupply of child care centers.
This interactive map displays the locations of the nation’s child care deserts, which contain 42 percent of the children under age 5 across eight states.
Child care policies are finally getting the attention they deserve. It is critical to debunk misconceptions around child care as lawmakers consider a national policy solution.
The lack of work-family policies in the United States costs working families billions of dollars in lost wages every year.
This fact sheet explains how evidence-based home visiting programs improve outcomes for at-risk children and families from the start.