Winning Beginning NY Executive and Legislative Agendas, 2012
Winning Beginning NY believes that in this time of fiscal crisis our State must preserve, protect, and increase access to high-quality early care and learning programs. These programs, all of equal priority, are essential for children’s success and our State’s economic recovery.
See the 2013 Winning Beginning NY Executive Agenda
See the 2012 Winning Beginning NY Legislative Agenda
Early Care and Learning Council 2012 Public Policy Agenda in Brief
The Early Care and Learning Council believes that investments in early childhood have both short and long term economic benefits for our state, its families, and current and future workforce.
See the 2012 Early Care and Learning Council Public Policy Agenda
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ONE CAREGIVER FROM ENROLLMENT TO PRESCHOOL
National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies (NACCRRA)The poor state of the economy is hurting millions of Americans. Working families with children depend on child care to get and keep a job. More than 11 million children under age 5 are in the care of someone other than their mother. Millions more school age children are in after-school programs. Child care often is difficult to find, especially for infants and toddlers. It is challenging to afford and of questionable quality. NACCRRA’s public policy agenda is both grassroots-inspired and research-based. NACCRRA recommends that Congress; reauthorize and strengthen Child Care Development Block Grant (CCDBG), increase the CCDBG quality set-aside, require accountability for CCDBG funds, ensure affordable child care for families, strengthen rural child care, limit potentially unsafe license-exempt care, and make child care part of disaster planning.
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See the 2012 NACCRRA Public Policy Agenda