President Biden on Wednesday met with corporate executives from major companies about his Build Back Better proposal, arguing the benefits of the climate and child care provisions of it on the economy. “The bottom line is, a lot of folks refer to this as just social spending.
Child care centers were already struggling prior to the omicron variant. Now a dire situation has gotten even worse.
Second in a two-part series. Read part one here. Lynn Twork tries to make sense of the most recent guidance from San Diego County on what to do when there’s a positive COVID-19 case in one of her preschool classrooms. She talks like someone stuck in a 16th century hedge maze from Europe.
There's been much hubbub in recent months about what's been dubbed "The Great Resignation." The popular phrase refers to the roughly 33 million Americans who have quit their jobs since the spring of 2021.
As the third calendar year of the pandemic begins, 2022 promises to be an important one—especially for education.
California is poised to become the front line of America’s vaccination wars.
Children who attended Tennessee’s state-funded voluntary pre-K program during the 2009-10 and 2010-11 school years were doing worse than their peers by the end of sixth grade in academic achievement, discipline issues and special education referrals.
The bill, introduced by State Sen. Richard Pan, D-Sacramento, who is also a pediatrician, takes Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Covid vaccine mandate a step further. It would require the vaccine regardless of whether the U.S.
Even before COVID there was a real staffing crisis among childcare providers, supporters say the positions are undervalued and poorly paid. Now the situation is far worse. K PBS investigative reporter Claire Traeger looks at what's causing this massive childcare staffing crisis in the region
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