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By Child Care Aware of America

Register for an overview of our upcoming report about Child Care Deserts.

We are pleased to announce the upcoming release of our report Child Care Deserts: Developing Solutions to Child Care Supply and Demand. Child care deserts is a term introduced by Child Care Aware® of America that refers to areas or communities with limited or no access to quality child care.

With the passage of the Child Care and Development Block Grant Act of 2014, it is paramount that states and communities understand how to study child care supply and demand, analyze their findings, identify areas of child care deserts, and implement policy solutions that ensure parents have access to quality child care.

The report introduces the concept of child care deserts broadly—focusing on both parent perceptions of their child care journeys and the ways in which communities across six states have started to examine supply and demand concerns. Join us as we share examples from select communities, including their lessons learned, and provide important policy recommendations.

Overview of Child Care Deserts:
Developing Solutions to Child Care Supply and Demand

Tuesday, September 13, 2016 at 1 p.m. EDT
Register for Webinar

We hope you are able to join us for this webinar. After the session, additional information and resources will be available on the Child Care Aware® of America website as soon as the report is released.

ATTENTION FEDERAL and MILITARY EMPLOYEES: Show Some Love to ensure that every family in America has access to affordable, high-quality child care by giving to Child Care Aware® of America through the CFC. Designation #12300.