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Parents are children’s first and most important teachers. However, two-thirds of children under the age of 6 have both parents or their single parent in the workforce, and need a safe and stimulating environment. In many states, infant care costs more than in-state college tuition.

Congress doubled funding for the Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG) program in 2018. However, state and federal support for child care is the lowest that it has been in a decade, and too many families still lack access to good, affordable care. Council for a Strong America supports greater access to high-quality child care to provide children with a strong foundation in life and improve parents’ productivity on the job.

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  1. March 15, 2019 (Oklahoma City Journal Record)

    Child care crisis costing nation $57 billion a year


  2. March 12, 2019 (Hartford Courant)

    Time to address the child care crisis


  3. March 11, 2019 (Early Learning Nation)

    First Responders to a Hidden Emergency

    Media Coverage

  4. March 7, 2019 (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

    Child care crisis must be addressed


  5. March 2, 2019 (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette)

    Focus on kids: Our security depends on them