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July's Early Childhood Education in the News

Each month, Groundwork Ohio reads the latest and greatest resources on early education and health from a wide variety of sources. Below is a compilation of the most important articles we have read throughout July 2021.


Akron Beacon Journal

National grant seeks to help Akron moms, babies thrive with workforce development programs

The Cincinnati Enquirer

Childhood trauma can lead to violence, and many of Cincinnati's kids are traumatized

Cincinnati Public Radio

The Push To Expand Doula Access For Ohio Mothers

The Columbus Dispatch

Doulas can help curb infant mortality and support women. Ohio lawmakers want to make access easier

Opinion: We must do better for Ohio's children

Dayton Daily News

Ohio to expand Medicaid coverage for new moms

Groundwork Ohio Amplifying Family Voice to Advance Equitable Outcomes for Young Children

Ideastream Public Media

State Budget's Impact on Kids

The Marietta Times We can do more for families, children

News 5 Cleveland

Ohio families set to see first payments from enhanced child tax credit next week

Ohio Capital Journal Child care budget: Step Up to Quality remains, low-income care boosted

Study: Central Ohio housing stabilization project improved health outcomes for women, infants

Statehouse News Bureau

Kids In Ohio, Even Babies, Are Getting COVID And Medical Experts Fear The Numbers Will Increase

WCPO Cincinnati

Ohio to expand Medicaid coverage for new moms

Working parents say quality childcare among biggest hurdles in going back to the office

CDC: Childhood vaccination rates lagging

WKRC Local 12

State lowers rating requirement for Step Up to Quality child care program


The 19th

Mental health support in preschool may help lower sky-high expulsion rates


What to Know About Biden’s Plans for U.S. Child Care

CBS News

Affordable daycare called critical to U.S. economic recovery


Over a year after child-care centers reopened, families are still struggling


The Pandemic Was Disastrous for Early Childhood Education—And Both Kids and Adults Are Feeling It

How Antiracism Work is Changing Early Childhood Education

An Oral History of Early Childhood Educators During the Pandemic


Pregnant and No Access to Care: Taking on America’s Maternity Care Deserts

First Five Years Fund NEW SURVEY: Child Care Issues Continue to Put a Strain on Working, Low-Income Families

By Addressing Early Childhood Educator Retention Challenges, Outcomes for Children Are Also Improved


Two Of The Most Family Friendly Provisions Of The American Rescue Plan


Why it’s so hard to find child care right now: 80% of centers are understaffed

Georgetown University Health Policy Institute Center for Children and Families

States Try New Approaches to Improve Maternal and Infant Health

The Hill

Statistics show it's time to ring the alarm on early childhood education


Study underlines the economic importance of early childhood education


Covid proved the future of child care is the future of America


The U.S. Once Had Government-Provided Childcare. Where Is It Now?

These Black Moms Gave Birth Early. They Don't Want Their Experiences To Be Normal

PBS Newshour

The market controls child care costs in the U.S. Can that be changed?

Could the military child care system be a model for the nation?

Child tax credit should boost working families, Treasury Secretary Yellen says

The Washington Post

What to Know About Biden’s Plans for U.S. Child Care

The new child tax credit could lift more than 5 million kids out of poverty. Can it help them learn, too?


Connections May Be Key To Helping Young Children Recover From Pandemic Upheaval

Yahoo Finance

Child Tax Credit Payment Schedule Is Out Now – Here’s When You’ll Get Your Money

Yahoo News

Parents faced drastically higher child care costs in pandemic, survey finds


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