In this report we highlight the state investments advocates and their in-state partners successfully pursued to improve outcomes for young children and their families: from continuous coverage for children on Medicaid for the first six years of their lives, to universal, statewide paid family and medical leave, to historic increases in state funding for child care, to the creation and expansion of child tax credits that will dramatically reduce poverty in some states. (author abstract)
2023 50-state early childhood progress and landscape report: The year’s developments and trends in state early childhood policy and advocacy
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