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What We're Reading: May 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 May 2022.


The Columbus Dispatch

Ohio asks for federal help on infant formula shortage for 61K low-income babies

Groundwork Ohio

Strength, Hope, Love: Celebrating Ohio Communities, Families, and Young Children

Hundreds of Ohioans Gather at Statehouse to Celebrate Families with Young Children


American Heart Association

What expectant moms need to know about mental health during and after pregnancy


Child care benefits key to bringing women back to the workforce

CBS New York

U.S. Health Department launching maternal mental health hotline for new and expecting moms


The United States is in a maternal health crisis, Goldman Sachs wants to change that

The Guardian

‘Birthing while Black’ is a national crisis for the US. Here’s what Black lawmakers want to do about it

The Hechinger Report

More employers offering child care benefits to lower-wage workers

The Hill

Opinion: The US routinely fails its babies — Here’s how to fight for their future

The New York Times

Opinion: Pre-K is Powerful When Done Right. Here’s How.

Child care benefits could help ease the worker crunch, an advocacy campaign says.


The case for revolutionizing child care in America


Senate Democrats shop revamped child care reconciliation proposal

US News & World Report

Child Care Industry Struggling Two Years Into the Pandemic

USA Today

Hundreds of day cares are closed today as educators go on strike. Here's why


Why baby formula is in short supply — and who is most at risk

The Washington Post

Rise in perinatal and postpartum depression needs to be tackled

Yahoo News

Why Is the Maternal Mortality Rate Rising in America?


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