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April 2022 Monthly Update

Dear Friends and Partners, We have hit the seventh week of our regular legislative session! Here are some highlights: Last week, the House Floor approved HB 1 (Rep. Zeringue), including $44 million in early care and education funding—$25 million to expand CCAP, roughly … Continue reading

March 2022 Monthly Update

Dear Partners and Friends, The 2022 Legislative session convened on March 14, 2022. We are pleased that the Governor included a $94 million appropriation for early care and education in his executive budget proposal. We know that many young children … Continue reading

February 2022 Monthly Update

Dear Friends and Partners, We are excited to share that Early Ed Month 2022 was an enormous success. Over 400 parents, advocates, business leaders, and elected officials across the state participated in 9 events throughout the month. Scroll down for … Continue reading

January 2022 Monthly Update

Dear Friends and Partners,To kick off the new year, we just released the statewide findings for our provider and parent surveys, both of which were conducted in the fall of 2021. On the Path to Recovery: The Evolving Impacts of COVID-19 … Continue reading

December 2021 Monthly Update

Dear Friends and Partners, What a year 2021 has been! We at the Policy Institute for Children are proud and immensely thankful for all that we helped to accomplish for our youngest learners this year. On Giving Tuesday, we exceeded … Continue reading

November 2021 Monthly Update

​​Dear Friends and Partners, It’s the season of giving thanks and we are exceedingly grateful for the support we have received from our partners over the past few months as we have raised funds for child care providers. In the … Continue reading

October 2021 Monthly Update

October 29, 2021 ​​This month has been filled with exciting wins! As the month of October comes to an end, we are happy to announce that our team has grown and our new members have settled into their roles. Candace … Continue reading