This catalog provides examples of federal-, state-, and local-level models addressing child care facility-related challenges.
On May 22, please join BPC to explore opportunities for improving child care and early learning facilities.
Working parents, already faced with the challenges of finding and paying for high-quality child care, are frequently forced to accept a poor-quality facility because it’s the only option they have.
Blueprint of an agenda to prioritize America’s families and support all children in reaching their full potential from BPC’s Future search Conference on Early Childhood.
Q&As about Creating an Integrated Efficient Early Care and Education System to Support Children and Families: A State-by-State Analysis
This Q&A covers some of the questions we received during a webinar on a report released recently, as well as more general questions about the report.
Home-based child care is an important part of our nation’s economic growth, and this report should spur a more important discussion about the place of home-based care in our early childhood ecosystem.
Improving early learning facilities where children are cared for requires multisector involvement across federal, state, and local partners
For families everywhere, high-quality child care is challenging to find, let alone afford. The Early Head Start – Child Care Partnership (EHS-CCP) program, created by Congress in 2014, is one solution to this challenge.
This report highlights the inner workings of 12 EHS-CCP programs, draws lessons learned, and makes recommendations for improving the program moving forward.
In 2012 alone, more than 21,000 infants were born with NAS. Further exacerbating the problem are the number of pregnant women—one in five—who are prescribed and fill a prescription for opioids.