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24
Oct

Investing in infant and toddler child care to strengthen working families

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24
Oct

Early learning in the United States: 2019

Excerpted from the introduction To better understand the current state of early learning and the opportunities for improvement in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, the Center for American Progress produces...
24
Oct

Election statement: Child care advocates call on Liberals and NDP to deliver on their pledges without delay

EXCERPTS Child Care Now is looking forward to helping the newly re-elected Liberal government and Canada’s new Parliament develop and enact a plan to make high-quality early childhood education and child care affordable...
24
Oct

UK: Expensive childcare is making it harder for women to return to work

EXCERPTS In the UK, women with children are less likely to be in paid work than men who have children or women who don’t have a family. While some of this difference is down to personal choice, there is concern that the...
24
Oct

How a Liberal minority government could help, or hit, Canadians’ wallets

EXCERPTS  TORONTO - From more money for little ones to cheaper cellphone bills and a tax on luxury vehicles, a Liberal minority government and its potential parliamentary partners could help, or hit, your wallet,...
23
Oct

Putting children at the heart of urban planning: a call for action

Authors: Tim Gill, Adrian Voce, Darell Hammond and Mariana Brussoni Cities around the world are failing children. 30 years after the launch of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child – which aimed to make children...
17
Oct

The ‘Universal Access to Early Childhood Education’ agenda in Australia: Rationales and instrument

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17
Oct

Universal child care, maternal employment, and children’s long-run outcomes: Evidence from the US Lanham Act of 1940

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17
Oct

No more baby steps: Political insights from the 2018 election for moving childcare policy forward in Ontario

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17
Oct

Platform analysis: Family affordability

Gen Squeeze's analysis of the 2019 federal election family affordability platforms Excerpted from the introduction This election, Generation Squeeze is undertaking a rigorous assessment of...

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