Thousands of Oakland families of children ages 0-5 need but don’t have access to child care. PVO proposed to bring families to the table not only to better understand the problem, but to advance concrete solutions. This parent-led research project focused on families accessing informal care in four East Oakland neighborhoods: Highland, Castlemont, Havenscourt and Lockwood/Tevis. In tandem with the comprehensive early childhood household survey by Glen Price and the Kenneth Rainen Foundation, Parent Voices Oakland seeks to create a holistic view of how the early childhood systems of care are delivered in Oakland from the parents’ perspective. (author abstract)
Parent Engagement Study: Informal care in East Oakland
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