Marin County Child Care Commission

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The First Women’s Policy Institute Alumni Convening

By Ericka O. Erickson,  Local Child Care Planning Council Coordinator for Marin and Solano Counties  I started this month attending the First Women’s Policy Institute (WPI) Alumni Convening, which was hosted by Women’s Foundation of California on December 6th and... Continue Reading →


Action Plan Would Also Reduce Overall Child Poverty in California by 50%, Affecting 1.9 Million Children Yearly The state Lifting Children and Families Out of Poverty Task Force issued a concrete plan today to end deep child poverty in California in just four... Continue Reading →

Child Care in the Omnibus Spending Legislation for FY 2018

"The omnibus spending legislation for FY 2018, passed by Congress and signed by the president, includes the largest increase  in funding for the Child Care and Development Block Grant in history as well as increases for other important child care and education... Continue Reading →

2017 Water Cooler Conference – Highlights

The 2017 Birth to Five Water Cooler Conference was hosted by the Advancement Project in Sacramento on October 2nd and 3rd, 2017 . The theme of this year’s conference was Building on progress in early care and education in California and, for the first time, included... Continue Reading →

Updates – 12 Month Eligibility

EESD has released Management Bulletin 17-14: 12-Month Eligibility. This provides guidance and instruction for implementation of the new requirements in California Education Code (EC) Section 8263(h), referred to as  “12-Month Eligibility.” CCDAA and California Alternative Payment Program Association (CAPPA) partnered with... Continue Reading →

Upcoming Quality and Workforce Meeting – Marin County Child Care Commission

You're invited to the Summer 2017 meeting of our Quality and Workforce Committee! Join us to discuss different topics related to our work, including the following highlights: 2016-2017 In Review: Progress and new needs identified in our field Committee accomplishments... Continue Reading →

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