Category Archives: Working Families Web Forum

CCRWF Partners to Move Women’s Health Agendas Forward

For the past two years, primarily due to support from The California Wellness Foundation, we’ve had the opportunity to work with an amazing group of women — our Women’s Health Advisory Committee.  Our major initiatives have focused on developing recommendations … Continue reading

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Infant and Toddler Care in 2025

Ann O’Leary is Vice President and Director of the Children & Families Program at Next Generation.  The following column is her contribution to the dialogue launched at the 2014 Women’s Policy Summit panel on”Child Care & Early Learning – Building … Continue reading

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Building Equity in the Child Care and Early Learning System

Mary Ignatius is the Statewide Organizer of Parent Voices. She presented at the 2014 Women’s Policy Summit panel on”Child Care & Early Learning – Building a New Vision.” Her comments are summarized in the column below. We believe by implementing … Continue reading

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Go Big: Reality, Reform and Revenue

Giannina Sophia Perez is the Director of Early Learning and Development Policy at Children Now.  She presented at the 2014 Women’s Policy Summit panel on”Child Care & Early Learning – Building a New Vision.” Her comments are summarized in the … Continue reading

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Everything Old is New Again

The goal of the 2014 Women’s Policy Summit session on “Child Care & Early Learning – Building a New Vision” was to provide a forum for leaders in the field to put forth big ideas. Michael Olenick, Ph.D. presented at … Continue reading

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New Nutrition Primer Modules Released

In our ongoing effort to provide succinct, informative briefing documents for California leaders, we are delighted to release three new modules for our Nutrition Primer. Local School Wellness Policies Healthy Procurement in Public Agencies Nutrition Labeling of Menus and Vending … Continue reading

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