Compelling Research from the Field Brought Directly to you from EveryChild California!
The Center for Law and Social Policy – Ruth Cosse, Stephanie Schmit, and Rebecca Ullrich
Building Strong Foundations: Racial Inequity in Policies that Impact Infants, Toddlers, and Families –This report from CLASP explores racial disparities, including the policies that drive them, among infants and toddlers and their families. It also highlights key examples in recent history and their continued consequences for young children of color and their families.
Legislative Analyst’s Office
Cal Facts 2018 – Cal Facts is a visual guide that uses a variety of different charts—to the state’s economy, revenues, and major program trends.
EveryChild California New Live Seminar!
Navigating the Interface of CA Title 5, 22 and Federal Head Start Regulations – This new interactive training will offer an overview of the core components of Title 5, 22 and Head Start. You will learn how to identify when one regulation supersedes the other, gain practical tools and resources to ensure compliance and so much more! Click here to read more and register!
California Budget & Policy Center – Amy Rose
California’s Undocumented Students Face Roadblocks on the Path to Higher Education – In this report, the Budget & Policy Center outlines the challenges undocumented students face while trying to attain higher education while dealing with their complicated legal status.
NBC Los Angeles
LA County Properties Could Become Child Care Centers – In this article read about how Los Angeles County properties could be converted to child care and preschool facilities under action taken by the Board of Supervisors.
Center for American Progress – Simon Workman and Steven Jessen-Howard
Understanding the True Cost of Child Care for Infants and Toddlers – This report is a state-by-state analysis of the true cost of infant and toddler child care finds it is unaffordable for most working families.
EdSource – Zaidee Stavely
What California can learn from universal preschool in other states – This article presents some of the lessons California could learn from efforts in other states that offer high-quality preschool to a large number of 4-year-olds: