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Child Care Aware® of America Report Shows Snapshot of Child Care Landscape Nationally and At State Level

Washington, DC – Today, Child Care Aware® of America released its 2018 Checking In: A Snapshot of the Child Care Landscape, a report that summarizes the supply and demand for child care in each state, the average cost of licensed and accredited child care, and the services provided by Child Care Resource and Referral (CCR&R)… Read more »

Child Care Aware® of America Furthers Partnership with the Bezos Family Foundation to Boost Family Engagement

WASHINGTON, DC — Today, Child Care Aware® of America (CCAoA) and the Bezos Family Foundation announce their continued partnership and renewed focus on supporting early care and education professionals as brain builders through Vroom. Vroom is a global initiative that empowers parents and caregivers, including early care and education professionals, to boost children’s early learning and… Read more »

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Child Care Aware® of America Releases Statement on SNAP

WASHINGTON, DC — Dr. Lynette M. Fraga, executive director of Child Care Aware® of America, issued the following statement on changes the House Agriculture Committee has approved for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) in the current version of the House Farm Bill (H.R. 2): “SNAP benefits are a national safety net for poor families… Read more »

Child Care Aware® of America Endorses New Proposal to Transform Financing of Early Childhood Care

WASHINGTON, DC — Child Care Aware® of America endorses a recent report calling for an increased federal role in financing, quality assessment and professional development in early childhood education. The report, “Transforming the Financing of Early Care and Education,” released by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine on Feb. 22, calls for making… Read more »

As Child Care Costs Outpace College Tuition, Child Care Aware® of America Calls for Congressional, Trump Administration Action on Affordable, Quality Child Care

2018 Policy Agenda Recommendations Would Improve Financial Stability for Millions of Americans if Enacted The Child Care for Working Families Act is Top Priority WASHINGTON, Feb. 7, 2018 – With millions of American families struggling to afford and access quality child care, and early childhood education costs outpacing college tuition, Child Care Aware® of America today urged Congress to… Read more »

January 2018 Child Care Provider of the Month — Learn ‘n Play Preschool

  Arlington, VA – January 30, 2018 – Child Care Aware® of America (CCAoA), National Association for Family Child Care, National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), National Head Start Association (NHSA), the Afterschool Alliance, Teachstone and National Indian Child Care Association (NICCA) would like to congratulate family child care provider Tammy Oveson of… Read more »

Child Care Aware® of America Awarded One-Year-Grant From Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Funding will power development of “Child Care Data Center” to streamline access, affordability and quality for families and providers through clear data WASHINGTON, DC — Child Care Aware® of America (CCAoA), with support from a grant by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), will develop and test a web portal to drive improvements in the… Read more »

Child Care Aware® of America Statement on New Medicaid Work Requirement Guidance

WASHINGTON, DC — On the heels of the Trump Administration’s decision to allow states to impose work requirements on Medicaid recipients, many of whom are children, Child Care Aware® of America (CCAoA), executive director Dr. Lynette M. Fraga released the following statement: “Almost 70 million pregnant women, children and people with low incomes rely on Medicaid… Read more »

Child Care Aware® of America Announces Violence and Active Shooter Advisory Committee

Child Care Aware® of America is leading a new initiative aimed to develop an innovative curriculum for child care providers surrounding the topics of violence, active shooter incidents, and gun safety. While there have been numerous acts of violence during the past ten years, including 384 incidents involving an active shooter last year alone, there… Read more »

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