child care

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Noun1.child care - a service involving care for other people's childrenchild care - a service involving care for other people's children
service - an act of help or assistance; "he did them a service"
day care, daycare - childcare during the day while parents work
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Today, Senator Patty Murray (D-WA), top Democrat on the Senate education committee, underlined the urgent need for increased investments in child care and early learning programs for low-income and middle class families, following the release of a new report highlighting the national trend of rising costs for child care.
How often are low-income families pushed into poverty by their child care expenses?
Families cannot afford child care in 49 of 50 states, according to Child Care Aware of America, Arlington, Va.
com)-- Child Care Lounge, an online web resource for child care professionals, is pleased to announce that trainer Joni Levine and classes are now approved for child care providers in the states of Utah and Washington.
Policies such as those related to child care subsidies and quality rating and improvement systems are designed to increase the likelihood that child care and education arrangements meet developmental needs of children and employment needs of parents.
The province of British Columbia appears to have opened itself (and Canada) wide to approaches by a giant Australian-based child care provider.
With more and more parents entering the workforce, reasonably priced quality child care has become a must for many families in North America.
Child Care and Child Development: Results from the NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development.
Child care is a critical community infrastructure important for economic development and family wellbeing.
You can help them by providing education or consultation to one or more child care programs in your community.
Health and safety top the list of quality indicators for child care (Crowley, 2000; Crowley, 2001; Fenichel, Griffin, & Lurie-Hurvitz, n.
The scam typically involves welfare-to-work recipients who make up employers or exaggerate work hours to qualify for taxpayer-financed child care.

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