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In New York, where child care costs are among the highest in the nation, lawmakers took steps to shore up financing for the sector, which will allow more middle-income families to qualify for government subsidies.
Institutions, organizations and advocacy groups have been working to provide care and resources for teen mental health.
State lawmakers announced a renewed commitment to boosting Early Intervention programming for children.
A coalition of state legislators is calling on Gov. Kathy Hochul to raise reimbursement rates for the therapists and teachers providing services to children with developmental delays through the state’s Early Intervention program.
Our nation doesn’t work without quality, affordable child care. More importantly, it helps our children thrive.
August/September 2023 Every one of us has a role to play in giving children the best opportunity to reach their full potential. Education is not only the responsibility of teachers; it takes the entire community working together, both...
Over the past two academic years, nearly 40 percent of students in the Rochester City School District experienced some kind of housing or school instability.
The Children's Agenda has been closely studying housing instability and its impact on kids and education, and its report found lower grades and graduation rates are closely linked to unstable housing.