Tag: child care

Child Care Policy Changes in Response to COVID-19 Crisis

This blog was co-authored by Senior Policy Analyst Alex Camardelle Key Takeaways Georgia’s child care system is fiscally fragile, and many providers are forced to close due to the COVID-19-induced recession. State and federal policy responses help meet the immediate

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Georgia’s Boost in Child Care Funding

Public investments in child care assistance bolster economic opportunity by helping Georgia parents maintain stable employment while promising better health, educational and economic outcomes for young children. Families with low incomes can qualify for child care assistance through the federal

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Looking Ahead: A People-First Agenda for Georgia

While the final votes are being tallied, one thing is clear: this election year saw unprecedented engagement. Voters forced attention to issues at the heart of the debate including health care, education and economic opportunity. These subjects were top of mind for

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Georgians Say Yes to Our People-First Agenda

The public has spoken. It’s time to invest in Georgia’s people. Georgians struggling to make it to the middle class—not to mention stay in it—face unprecedented headwinds in today’s economy. Stagnant wages are stifling the middle class, and families are

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