On June 27, Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law the 2019-20 state budget, an agreement with state legislative leaders that makes a series of investments in creating economic security and opportunities for Californians, while also fostering the state’s fiscal health.
This Fact Sheet shows eligibility for subsidized child care by California county while highlighting the significant unmet need that remains for these programs. Because eligibility is concentrated in certain areas of the state, state policymakers can reach those with the greatest need by targeting funding for early care and education.
For EveryChild California’s Early Learning and Care Advocacy: A Day at the Capitol, Budget Center Senior Policy Analyst Kristin Schumacher presented on early learning programs in the May Revision of the 2019-20 state budget.
Director of Research Scott Graves presented on the local budget process and opportunities for engagement at the Women’s Foundation of California’s Philanthropy and Public Policy Institute and Women’s Policy Institute.
Director of Research Scott Graves and Senior Policy Analyst Alissa Anderson presented on the state process and opportunities for engagement at the Women’s Foundation of California’s Philanthropy and Public Policy Institute and Women’s Policy Institute.