News and articles on early childhood research and policies.
For American business, advancing high-quality childcare is a winning proposition. It’s a wise investment in America’s future—strengthening business today while building the workforce we’ll depend on tomorrow and for decades to come. Check out this study by the U.S....
Check out this recent report by the Metro Atlanta Chamber and the Georgia Early Education Alliance for Ready Students about the affect of early care on the state’s workforce and economy.
Missoulian Article – Sept. 1, 2019 The waiting lists for child care facilities in Missoula and throughout Montana are growing as parents scramble to find providers in a state that lacks a permanent publicly funded preschool program and offers even fewer options for...
Check out our newest handout explaining the important role of business in Early Care initiatives in our state.
Startup gets record venture capital investment to alleviate Montana's childcare shortage - Missoulian “We allow them to focus on what matters,” Mackey said. “Spending time with the children they’re caring for.” There's such a shortage of affordable,...
Explore the work the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis has done around the issue of Early Childhood Development since its first ECD publication in 2003. https://www.minneapolisfed.org/publications/special-studies/early-childhood-development
Workers and employers feel pain in pocketbooks and productivity
Supporting Montana families and caring for the state’s most precious resource
With no open slots and long wait lists to enroll children, working parents face rough decisions.
A new analysis of child care supply in every U.S. neighborhood finds that approximately half the country has too few licensed child care options.