Short-time compensation, in addition to the CARES Act, supports the child care teacher, the child care program and unemployment payments…
For many child care providers in North Carolina, the COVID-19 crisis produces a limited number of choices, none of which are completely free from coercion.
This tool is designed to guide shelter staff in creating safe, developmentally appropriate environments for young children experiencing homelessness.
CCSA Releases Tool for Homeless Shelters to Provide Positive Environments for Young Children Post-COVID-19
One in every 16 children under six years old in the U.S. classifies as homeless, jeopardizing their health, development and well-being. The updated and validated Early Childhood Self-Assessment Tool, released by Child Care Services Association (CCSA), supports shelters to provide positive environments for young children. Chapel Hill, N.C., May 26,
The COVID-19 crisis has amplified significant needs, and protecting families―and the child care programs on which they depend―has never been more urgent.