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What We're Reading: September 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 September 2022.



Axios More parents hiring nannies amid big shift in child care

ChildTrends Lessons From a Historic Decline in Child Poverty

Commonwealth Fund What Policymakers Can Do to Address Our Behavioral Health Crisis

McCourt School of Public Policy Universal pre-K: The long-term benefits that exceed short-term costs

National Women’s Law Center America’s moms are still suffering. We’ve just stopped talking about it.

Strong Nation Voluntary Home Visiting Yields Strong Returns for Children, Families, and the Nation

The 19th Women are reentering the workforce, but Black women face continued hurdles

The Atlantic Teachers, Nurses, and Child-Care Workers Have Had Enough

The Hechinger Report After child care funding, other reforms dropped by Senate, the system continues to crumble

TIME How Strong Early Literacy Skills Can Help Kids Learn to Read

USA Today Pregnancy stress linked to negative baby emotions, crying

Vox Inflation and day care staff shortages are contributing to a child care crisis


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