Week of November 30, 2020


How Wisconsin companies are meeting child care needs to retain workers Herald Times Nusaiba Mizan Nov 30, 2020

The ‘Trial and Error’ of Teaching Pre-K Special Education in a Pandemic New America Sarah Jackson Nov 30, 2020

Here’s What New Orleans’ Library Budget-Slashing Tax Proposal Means For Early Education KEDM 90.3 Public Radio Aubri Juhasz Nov 30, 2020

Pilot program that trained Worcester early childhood educators on trauma and racial inequities led to reduction in expulsions, officials say MassLive Melissa Hanson Dec. 1, 2020

Preschool initiative sees success during first year of implementation Idaho State Journal Stephanie Bachman-West Dec. 1, 2020

$2M grant to help low-income Norwalk families with child care Ridgefield Press Abigail Brone Dec. 1, 2020

Op-ed: Child care disruptions are costly to Indiana workers. Here’s how to solve them. Indianapolis Star Dec. 2, 2020

The Pandemic Might Be the Best Thing to Ever Happen to the Child Care Industry Inc.com Sara Mauskopf Dec. 2, 2020

Joe Biden has a $335 billion child-care plan — and Republican lawmakers could be on board with parts of it Morningstar.com Dec. 1, 2020

Inside California’s new master plan to reshape early education and child care EdSource Today Karen D’Souza Dec. 2, 2020