Voter rolls across the country are going to become more accurate and complete in the coming months following the news out of Michigan that the state has joined the leading interstate voter registration data sharing program.
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.
Congress took an enormous step toward improving our country’s ability to develop and use the evidence needed for effective policymaking.
The Senate unanimously advanced legislation that addresses 11 of the 22 recommendations from the U.S. Commission on Evidence-Based Policymaking.
Washington D.C. — The $305 billion deficit for the first two months of Fiscal Year 2019 shows the United States is closing in on trillion dollar deficits if Congress takes no action to stop this trend. “Treasury’s report shows yet…
BPC finds Maryland and the District of Columbia lead the nation in efficient administration of federal funds for early care and education (ECE) programs.
More needs to be done in the 116th Congress to make diet quality a priority in the program.
An improved appropriations process in which Congress enacted five of 12 appropriations bills before the start of fiscal year 2019 resulted in a better functioning Congress.
This package deserved and still deserves consideration from congressional leaders and the full House and Senate.
The policy framework recognizes that the quality of the physical buildings and spaces where children learn, play, and grow are a fundamental part of their development and learning.