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Child Care Aware® of America Releases 2019 Funding State Snapshots

Child Care Aware® of America Releases 2019 Funding State Snapshots Licensed child care is in short supply, but Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies can help WASHINGTON, DC —Today, Child Care Aware® of America (CCAoA) released its new policy report, CCDBG: 2019 State Snapshots, detailing the critical work that all 50 states are doing using… Read more »

Child Care Aware® of America Releases Report on Child Care Supply Crisis and Offers Solutions

Child Care Aware® of America Releases Report on Child Care Supply Crisis and Offers Solutions Licensed child care is in short supply, but Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies can help WASHINGTON, DC — Today, Child Care Aware® of America (CCAoA) released its new report, Closing the Gap: How CCR&Rs Can Help Communities Meet Their… Read more »

Child Care Aware® of America Statement On The House Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education Markup

Child Care Aware® of America Statement On The House Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education Markup WASHINGTON, DC — In response to the child care funding increase passed yesterday by the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, Child Care Aware® of America (CCAoA) Executive Director Dr. Lynette… Read more »

Child Care Aware® of America Statement On The President’s Budget for 2020

WASHINGTON, DC — In response to the child care proposals in the President’s Budget for Fiscal Year (FY) 2020, Child Care Aware® of America (CCAoA), executive director Dr. Lynette M. Fraga released the following statement: “CCAoA welcomes the Administration’s attention to child care in the President’s Budget joining the long-standing conversation around the importance of high-quality… Read more »

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Congress Returns With a Full Agenda and Little Time to Act

Both the House and Senate returned to Washington, D.C. and have a total of 11 scheduled legislative days before September 30, which is the end of the current fiscal year. In order to avoid a shutdown, Congress must either finish all 12 FY 2019 appropriations bills in the next few weeks, which hasn’t happened in… Read more »

Deal Reached on Federal Budget

Late last night, House Speaker, Paul Ryan (R-WI) announced that a deal was reached on the FY 2016 budget and unveiled a $1.15 trillion spending bill that would fund the government thru September 30, 2016. This bi-partisan bill includes very favorable funding levels for programs that support low-income children and their families and early education,… Read more »

The New Congress Releases its Budget Proposals

Earlier this week, the House and Senate Budget Committees approved their FY 2016 budget resolutions, and both proposed very deep cuts for many non-defense programs over the next ten years, including ones that millions of children and families depend on. A congressional budget resolution serves as a blueprint for the appropriations process, which is expected… Read more »

CCDBG Moving Forward – Helpful Resources on the New Law

With the signing of S.1086, the Child Care and Development Block Grant Act of 2014 into law, now the focus will shift to ensuring that those across the country which these changes will directly impact, are aware of when and how this law will affect them. In order to assist states and child care resource… Read more »

Congress Set to Pass Spending Bill with Investments for Early Learning

Wednesday, Congress will begin voting on a spending bill that includes investments in early childhood education. Late Monday night, Senate Appropriations Chair Senator Barbara Mikulski and House Appropriations Chair Representative Hal Rogers announced an agreement on a spending bill that will fund the government through September 30, 2014. The spending bill consolidates the 12 appropriations bills… Read more »

Bi-Partisan Budget Deal Passes Out of House, Moves to Senate

Last night, the House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed a two-year bipartisan budget deal 332-94, reducing the likelihood of another government shutdown and setting the stage for Senate action, expected next week.  The agreement, crafted by Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) sets discretionary spending for two years and replaces a second round… Read more »

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