What We're Reading: June 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 June 2022.


OHIO NEWS


NBC4 WCMH-TV

Franklin County, Columbus offering up to $10K in childcare aid | NBC4 WCMH-TV (nbc4i.com)


Cleveland.com

ARPA funding offers Ohio the means to bolster child care, early education: Erica C. Crawley and Will Petrik - cleveland.com


Columbus Dispatch

Opinion: Pandemic has detrimental effect on children's mental health (dispatch.com)



NATIONAL NEWS


Center For American Progress

3 Ways Federal Investments Can Address Child Care Deserts in America - Center for American Progress


Why K-12 Teachers and Their Students Need Investments in Child Care - Center for American Progress


Prioritizing Racial Equity in Student Mental Health Spending


WBUR News

Poverty affects children's brains, but study finds public policy can reduce impact | WBUR News


We asked 8 child care workers about their joys and frustrations. Here's what they said


Department Of Defense Press Release

Defense Department Implements Early Childhood Education Curriculum > U.S. Department of Defense > Release


Center for the Study of Social Policy

The Child Care Paradox: How Child Care Providers Balance Paid and Un-Paid Caregiving - Center for the Study of Social Policy (cssp.org)


Hello Magazine

Kate Middleton hosts a roundtable event on early childhood development 


Bipartisan Policy Center

States Face a $48 Billion Child Care Funding Cliff | Bipartisan Policy Center


NPR

6 Things We've Learned About How the Pandemic Disrupted Learning

Washington Post

New safe sleep guidelines for babies include flat beds and no bed-sharing


Roll Call

Lawmakers reach bipartisan deal to aid school meal providers

Insider

A Million More Moms Would Work Full Time Under BBB Plan, Study Says (businessinsider.com)

 

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