Author: Adina Young

Child Care Affordability: Will the New Policy Work? Or Is There Still Progress to be Made?

With a variety of new policies on the verge of implementation, one can’t help but wonder…What’s next for my family and me? The Tax Policy Center (TPC) is one of many analytical groups that has been examining the new tax policy in order to find answers to these types of questions. In their research paper,… Read more »

Hope Clinton Shares How CCAoA Helped Expand Her Advocacy Knowledge

Blog post by summer intern Hope Clinton I’ve never really thought about what impacts children because I don’t plan on having any at the moment and I was a child not too long ago. However, now knowing all the problems children face, it’s something I find myself talking about quite often. I now explain to people… Read more »

Louise Rosler Reflects on How Policy (and Life) Can Have Unintended Results

Blog post by summer intern Louise Rosler “What do you want to be when you grow up?” is a question that most children are faced with from a very young age. My answers have vacillated (from a princess, to an author, to a CIA agent—the list goes on), but as I have grown older, this vision… Read more »

William Klein Reflects on His Experience and Contributions to Important Research Efforts

Blog post by summer intern William Klein Growing up, I was never forced to think about the importance of having affordable and reliable child care. As the youngest child in a typical middle class family, I never had to worry about having inadequate care, and since I had no younger siblings, I never had the opportunity… Read more »

Provider Health Spotlight on JeAnne Faris

Spotlight JeAnne Faris, Trinity Lutheran Child Care Center, Kalispell, Montana The Problem Long work hours and responsibilities at home can make it difficult for child care staff to prioritize their own health and wellness. The Solution Incorporate movement throughout the workday. How She Did It JeAnne and a few others from her program attended a… Read more »

June 2017 Child Care Provider of the Month – Hampton University Child Development Center

Arlington, VA – July 7, 2017 – Child Care Aware® of America (CCAoA), National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), National Head Start Association (NHSA), National Indian Child Care Association (NICCA), National Association for Family Child Care (NAFCC), Teachstone, and the Afterschool Alliance would like to congratulate Joy Phelps and the staff at… Read more »

Our Chief of Policy Speaks to The Preschool Podcast on Impactful Advocacy for Child Care

Child Care Aware® of America’s Chief of Policy, Michelle McCready had the pleasure of speaking with The Preschool Podcast, a platform for leaders in early childhood education to share their experiences, thoughts and insights in the world of early learning. During this podcast, Michelle talks about impactful advocacy.  Michelle provides vision, leadership, and management to the… Read more »

Month of the Military Child: Adina’s Story

Being a child of a father serving in the U.S. Air Force looks glamorous (aside from being called an “Air Force Brat”)! I got to travel the world and see things most other children didn’t get to see. For instance, I lived in Italy for 3 years! My triplet sisters, Celeste, Courtney, and I were… Read more »

To Make Children Healthier, We Need to Help Child Care Providers Get Healthier

Arlington, VA, March 23, 2017 – The effort to reduce the persistent problem of childhood obesity and poor eating habits may be more fully addressed by helping improve the same challenges for those empowered to teach children good habits: child care providers. Child care providers care for and promote the health and wellness of our… Read more »

February 2017 Footnotes

Although Punxsutawney Phil called for six more weeks of winter earlier this month, Washington, DC seems to have other ideas. Following a series of very spring-like days, even the trees have started to bud. As we (hopefully) welcome an early spring with open arms, we are excited to share a number of exciting events and… Read more »

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