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A Blueprint for Child Care Reform

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A woman cares for toddlers at her home, which has she has converted into a child care center, in Oakland, California, October 2016. AP/Marcio Jose Sanchez

  • It’s Time to Do Better for Children and Families
  • Related: How to Confront the Military Recruiting Playbook

 

Katie Hamm, Center for American Progress / Julie Kashen, Make It Work Campaign

https://www.americanprogress.org/content/themes/cap_core/img/c3_CAP_website_header_logo.svgSeptember 7, 2017 | The United States can do better for the millions of families struggling with the high cost of child care. Prioritizing child care puts families first and helps children succeed in school and life. It’s an investment in our education system and our future workforce and is one the country cannot afford to ignore.

This report outlines a progressive vision for child care reform that guarantees financial assistance on a sliding-scale basis for middle- and low-income families with children ages 12 or younger and children with disabilities up to age 18. CAP and Make It Work propose child care reform that meets the following benchmarks.

http://evergreenedigest.org/sites/default/files/Make%20It%20Work%20Campaign%20logo.jpgKatie Hamm is the vice president for Early Childhood Policy at the Center for American Progress.

Julie Kashen is the policy director at the Make It Work Campaign, an education campaign that unites people around policy issues impacting working families, including paid family and medical leave, equal pay, and child care.

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http://pep.pub30.convio.net/march-forward/assets/images/our-lives-our-rights-small.pngHow to Confront the Military Recruiting Playbook, Compiled by David Culver, Ed., Evergreene Digest 

 

  • Part !: Military Recruiting and How To Confront It
  • Wars start in our high schools, and this is where we can help to put an end to them.
  • Part 2: Pentagon Recruiting Playbook Revealed
  • It’s time for a national discussion on military recruitment, something not likely to happen while the media moguls continue to ignore this important story.