President Trump released his “skinny” budget proposal last month, shining a light on some of the values and priorities of his administration. While the proposal is light on detail and includes some deeply troubling elements, it does state that early care and education is of “high priority.” Those interested in understanding how President Trump might approach […]
Budget Center Policy Analyst Kristin Schumacher attended the California Child Development Coalition Retreat and delivered the presentation: “Child Care and Development Programs in California: Key Context and Current Issues.”
CCDAA held a Advocacy Day at the Capitol which featured an orientation training about the legislative process and how to conduct visits with your representatives. Budget Center Policy Analyst Kristin Schumacher delivered her presentation, “Child Care and Development Programs in California: Key Context and Current Issues.”
This Budget Center analysis highlights the unmet need for subsidized child care in our state, along with the importance of subsidized care for low- and moderate-income families.
For participants in the Women’s Policy Institute, a program of the Women’s Foundation of California, Kristin Schumacher discusses the importance of increasing access to affordable, high-quality child care and preschool.