Author: Antonio Tatano, CCAoA Intern

What I’ve Learned at Child Care Aware ® of America This Summer

  Finding a solution to child care issues in the United States is a daunting task that has stumped every policy maker to date. It seems that no matter what stance you take, there is always someone left unhappy. While interning for Child Care Aware® of America, I was given the unique opportunity to analyze… Read more »

The Present and Future of Child Care Assistance Programs in the United States

The extreme cost of child care in the United States is a highly debated and recognized economic concern. According to Child Care Aware® of America, child care is unaffordable in 49 states plus the District of Columbia. Though it seems like there aren’t currently many assistance programs in place, legislators have taken notice of the… Read more »

Bi-Partisan Child Care Program That Supports Parents in College Introduced

Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) and Representatives Katharine Clark (D-MA) and Don Young (R-AK) just introduced the “Child Care Access Means Parents in Schools (CCAMPIS) Improvement Act of 2017.” CCAMPIS is the only federal program that supports child care services for low-income parents in college, and services are provided year-round. According to numerous studies, the number… Read more »

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