Impact of the Economy on Childcare

Child care workers’ union big marches to expose Bloomberg’s flawed Early Learn program

By Albor Ruiz
They may not be massive, but the weekly one-man marches around City Hall have been effective in exposing the many flaws of the mayor’s child care policies.

Child care issues strike Richardton

EXCERPT FROM: The Dickinson Press
By Bryan Horwath
Sept. 27--RICHARDTON -- Day care service, or a lack thereof, is a big issue in western North Dakota and the town of Richardton has not been immune to those challenges, a number of its residents said Wednesday. 

Child care services slashed in New Hanover County

By Ashlea Kosikowski
WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – Almost 300 families in New Hanover County are learning that state-supported child care services are coming to an end.

State cuts to Head Start mean fewer child care options, jobs

EXCERPT FROM: Bangor Daily News
By Christopher Cousins
BANGOR, Maine — Head Start and child care providers across Maine can accommodate fewer students and have less staff compared with a year ago because of budget cuts the Legislature enacted earlier this year.

Figures show struggle worsening for single mothers

EXCERPT FROM: The Houston Chronicle
By Renee C. Lee
Tameka Morris thought going back to school to earn a nursing degree in 2010 would help her get a full-time job and earn enough money to support her three children.

State budget cuts result in loss of child care funding for more than 250 Livermore kids

By Robert Jordan
LIVERMORE -- Joselin Perez spent her final moments at the Marylin Avenue Elementary School day care Tuesday saying goodbye to her teachers and hugging longtime site coordinator Michele Cohoon.
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