In April, Child Care Services Association released an issue brief, Addressing the Early Childhood Workforce Crisis Through Stabilization Grants, which summarized the important role that NC Early Childhood Stabilization Grants have played in supporting child care programs statewide. Five case studies demonstrated the ways in which these funds have been invested such as supporting operating costs and increasing staff pay and benefits.
As welcome and helpful as the NC Early Childhood Stabilization Grants have been, the ongoing pandemic continues to impact the child care industry. This week we feature Community School for People Under Six, a five-star licensed child care program offering multicultural, community-based services for children and families in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro area in North Carolina. The program serves children who are two months through school age, accepts families receiving subsidized child care and offers the NC Pre-Kindergarten Program.
See how these grants, which will end in April 2023 when public dollars run out, have helped child care programs in North Carolina.