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What We're Reading: August 2022

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 August 2022.


Increasing, diversifying the perinatal workforce will save lives of Black mothers and babies

Ohio infant mortality crisis: Why can't we fix this?

Opinion: Families, providers still struggling with child care crisis

Ohio Schools Seek to Adapt to Mental Health Crisis

Apply to join Ohio’s Whole Child Network

First Five Years Fund: Early Childhood Education in Ohio

As School Year Starts in Ohio, Districts Struggle with Thousands of Open Teaching Positions

Parents: Education should include mental health, trust in teachers

Early signs of classroom performance show improvement after COVID's negative impact

Federal government OKs Ohio's request to extend postpartum Medicaid for 12 months

How much does breakfast and lunch cost in your Greater Columbus school district?

Mental health, teen birth rates: 5 takeaways from new data on Ohio's children

Child educational, health issues persist in Ohio

Women are returning to the workforce. Here's what it takes for them to stay


Georgetown University Health Policy Institute

CMS Reminds States EPSDT Requirement Includes Behavioral Health, Offers Specific Strategies


Increasing America's Child Care Supply

2020 Mom

The World Health Organization's Maternal Mental Health Actions in the "World Mental Health Report: Transforming Mental Health for All”

CLASP Child care assistance spending and participation in 2019

NASP Home visiting and support for pregnant women issue brief

Children’s Funding Project

Guest blog: early childhood education starts at birth - three lessons from Preschool Promise

ChildCare Aware of America State session round-up, Summer 2022

The White House Fact Sheet: President Biden's and Vice President Harris's Maternal Health Blueprint Delivers for Women, Mothers, and Families

The New York Times Vast New Study Shows a Key to Reducing Poverty: More Friendships Between Rich and Poor


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