The balance between caring for children and work is a crisis or major problem for 7 out of 10 Monroe County families and 5 out of 10 parents say their stress is high as a result of the pandemic. The stress parents are experiencing has three branches: affording and accessing resources, pandemic disruptions in schools, and mental health impacts of the pandemic.
Make history in 2019. Put the State’s money in the early years, where it matters most.
New York can’t afford to leave generations of children behind!
State leaders must keep the promise of pre-k for all and increase investment in child care.
The purpose of the analysis is to determine whether current reimbursement rates are sufficient to attract a large enough workforce to meet the needs of children exhibiting developmental concerns.
2018 Policy Brief: Understanding Hidden Drivers: Unique Challenges, High Costs, No Vote in Rochester City School District Budgets
How the Rochester community spends money on education is a reflection of its values. This policy brief is an introduction to thinking about the larger forces shaping the RCSD budget and the values those forces are promoting.