Results tagged with 'child care'
Published July 22, 2019
The number of families participating in Wisconsin Shares that pay more than their family's expected copay amount has been increasing over the past 13 years, according to a Wisconsin Policy Forum report released Thursday, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Published May 6, 2015
With summer fast approaching, you may be wondering where to enroll your children for summer camp. Or you may be looking to become more involved within your community and want opportunities to volunteer your time or donate gently used school supplies, books or clothing. COA is one such option.
Published April 2, 2015
Electronic benefit transfer (EBT) cards are not a solution to the most glaring flaws in the WI Shares program. A program whose neglectful funding has left our most vulnerable children stuck in a second class system of child care, with the highest quality providers working not towards a five-star YoungStar rating, but instead towards the day when they can leave the program altogether by serving 100 percent wealthier, private pay families.
Published Dec. 1, 2014
The YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee announced today that it has filed its formal plan of reorganization with the United States Bankruptcy Court.
Published Oct. 21, 2014
I've been watching with interest as New York rolls out its first phase of $340 million statewide universal early childhood education plan this autumn, and as Chicago debates how it will get its version off the ground next year. By watching others, we can see what works and what doesn't. We can learn the best ways to create and more smoothly implement universal pre-K that is effective and helps close the achievement gaps and boost the success of all children.
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