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Child Care Now

High-quality child care is essential to enable parents to get and keep a job and to give children a good start in school and life. Yet, too many families cannot access or afford this care, and too many providers don’t make enough to get by.

 

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Take Action

Tell your Members of Congress to co-sponsor the Child Care for Working Families Act!

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Tell Your Story

Tell us about how you’ve struggled to find affordable, high-quality child care

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Petition Delivery Supporting the Child Care for Working Families Act

On March 6, 2018, advocates from the National Women’s Law Center and 16 child care and early learning organizations delivered more than 43,000 petitions to Congress in support of the Child Care for Working Families Act.

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Senator Murray: Why I Introduced the Child Care for Working Families Act

As a mom and former preschool teacher, I understand how critical high-quality early learning can be for our children.

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Guest Blog

Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Champions Increased Public Investment in Child Care

The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce is a social and economic engine of South Florida.

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Guest Blog

Child Care in Crisis: Connecticut’s Cautionary Tale

Connecticut’s is a cautionary tale; as an early adopter of new federal regulations, we are already seeing the impact of inadequate funding on our early childhood ecosystem.

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Guest Blog

For Some, Bring Your Child to Work Day Is Every Day

In a perfect world, child care is plentiful, affordable, and high-quality. In a perfect world, federal, state, and local governments fully support access to child care and child care providers are compassionate, well-paid, and highly qualified. Private industry would contribute too.

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