Category Archives: Child Care

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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Summit Materials Rolled Out

Over 500 California leaders attended the California Working Families Policy Summit, held on January 12, 2011. All of the materials developed for the Summit – advocate recommendations, fact sheets and legislative histories – are now available on our website. Please … Continue reading

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Now Available Online: Child Care and Early Learning Webinar

Over 200 California leaders joined us for the second Working Families Webinar: California’s Child Care and Early Learning System: Where we are . . . and where we want to go, held Thursday, October 15, 2009. Click here to hear … Continue reading

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