Category: Press Release

Show You Care – Sending Child Care Advocates to Capitol Hill

Families and advocates will meet with policymakers on Capitol Hill to share their stories and advocate for improved child care options for families during Child Care Aware® of America’s Symposium 2016 – and your donations can help send them there. Arlington, VA – October 14, 2015 This Giving Tuesday, join in the effort to change… Read more »

Announcing the Partnership with Bezos Family Foundation Focused on Family Engagement

Washington, D.C. – Child Care Aware® of America is pleased to announce an exciting partnership with the Bezos Family Foundation focused on encouraging family engagement through Vroom, a national initiative that empowers parents to turn everyday activities into brain building moments for their children. Vroom provides interactive tools and resources that highlight the science behind… Read more »

CCA to Participate in Early Childhood Training and Technical Assistance System

The Administration for Children and Families has announced the creation of six new national training and technical assistance centers. These centers, will be part of a new cross-sector Early Childhood Training and Technical Assistance system, bringing together funding, knowledge, and skills from the Office of Child Care, Office of Head Start, Maternal and Child Health Bureau, and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

August 2015 Child Care Provider of the Month – Ilse Wilson and Fairyland Family Child Care

Child Care Aware® of America, National Association for the Education of Young Children, National Head Start Association, and National Indian Child Care Association would like to congratulate Ilse Wilson and the staff at Fairyland Family Child Care in Sandy, Utah. They have been named Provider of the Month for August 2015, and they are the first home care provider to be honored through the new campaign.

Announcing the 2016 CCAoA Symposium

Child Care Aware® of America is excited to announce the dates and location for the 2016 Symposium: Celebrating Milestones, Collaborating for Results.

Statement On the Passing of Gwen Morgan, Child Care Pioneer

It is with a sad heart that we announce the passing of Gwen Morgan, legendary early childhood education advocate and child care systems pioneer. She died in her home on Friday, September 4, 2015 at the age of 90.

Child Care Aware® of America Opens Applications for Its Healthy Child Care, Healthy Communities Project

Thanks to a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), Child Care Aware® of America (CCAoA) is pleased to announce that we are expanding our Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG) technical assistance activities in targeted states to emphasize health, nutrition, and obesity prevention with the Health Child Care, Healthy Communities project.

July 2015 Child Care Provider of the Month – Kristy Whitley and Mt. Moriah Child Development Center

Child Care Aware® of America, National Association for the Education of Young Children, National Head Start Association, and National Indian Child Care Association would like to congratulate Kristy Whitley and the deserving staff at Mount Moriah Child Development Center in Matthews, North Carolina. They have been named Provider of the Month for July 2015, the first provider to be honored through the new campaign.

Child Care Aware® of America Announces Partnership with Bezos Family Foundation Focused on Family Engagement

Child Care Aware® of America is pleased to announce an exciting partnership with the Bezos Family Foundation focused on encouraging family engagement through Vroom, a national initiative that empowers parents to turn everyday activities into brain building moments for their children.

The 2015 Child Care State Fact Sheets Highlight A Complex Early Care Landscape

Child Care Aware® of America, the nation’s leading voice in child care advocacy today announced the release of the 2015 State Fact Sheets, which profile child care indicators across all 50 states.

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