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What We're Reading: October 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 October 2022.



AP 'Desperation': Child care struggle worsens in rural U.S.

The Atlantic The Reason Child Care Is So Hard to Afford

Bipartisan Policy Center COVID-19 Relief Bolstered U.S. Child Care Programs in Crisis

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Adverse Childhood Experiences During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Associations with Poor Mental Health and Suicidal Behaviors Among High School Students

First Five Years Fund New Data Finds Child Care Prices Continue to Rise Ahead of Midterm Elections, Outpacing Inflation & Following Decades-Long Trend of Annual Increases

Futurity Parents really do need sleep for their mental health

Georgetown University Health Policy Institute Oregon Leads the Nation By Covering Children in Medicaid from Birth to Kindergarten – Which State Will Be Next??

National Association of Counties White House announces more than $300 million in new mental health funding from the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act

The New York Times Child Care Sector Shrinks By 100,000 Workers, Causing Shortage

Pew Research Center Many moms spent more time juggling child care, other tasks amid COVID pandemic

San Francisco State University COVID study shows children’s mental health tied to mothers’

The Washington Post Opinion | How to fix America's child-care industry

U.S. News and World Report

Close the Child Care Gap to Boost Labor Participation, Income


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