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Logan Jackson

CCSA Releases Report on Homelessness Among Infants, Toddlers, Preschool and School-Age Children in North Carolina

Homelessness at any age can have devastating effects; however, young children are particularly susceptible to the negative outcomes associated with homelessness because their brains are developing rapidly.[i] In 2021, Child Care Services Association (CCSA) released An Invisible Crisis: Early Childhood Homelessness—A Primer by Anna Sucsy, a report on early childhood

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CCSA
Logan Jackson

Addressing the Early Childhood Workforce Crisis Through Stabilization Grants: First Presbyterian Day School

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

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