This report discusses key themes that emerged from the interviews, with a focus on the impact of CCSA COVID-19 Relief Fund Phase II grants on child care programs, how grantees are faring one year after applying for funds, and grantees’ plans moving forward.
CCSA COVID-19 Relief Fund
Early Childhood COVID-19 Timeline, February – May Update: How do we define safety for kids, parents and child care providers in a post-COVID-19 world?
What does safety look like for all young children, and children and providers with high-risk conditions? When this blog series began more than one year ago, we wondered about the moment the child care system would be asked to return to normal, and asked what you hoped for the future. Now that the moment is approaching, it’s time we revisit that question.
As we move into a new year and come up on the marker of a full year spent in crisis around the world, we see some hope on the horizon. Here is an update to CCSA’s Early Childhood COVID-19 Timeline for September 2020 through January 2021.
“Early childhood educators get forgotten quite a bit and it saddens me to my core… Early childhood educators are people too. We’re educators too, and we’re struggling to be seen.”
CCSA COVID-19 Relief Fund receives requests for more than $1.5 million from North Carolina child care programs
North Carolina child care programs received more than $135,000 in grants from the Child Care Services Association (CCSA) COVID-19 Relief Fund Phase II.