In the News

Child care and the optimal health and well-being of our youngest children remain key issues covered by media outlets in Wisconsin and across the country.

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Child Care

Community partners work together to solve the child care crisis  (WSAW-TV)

‘It takes a village’: Antigo community comes together to support reopening a reimagined child care center (WSAW-TV)

Child care centers in the Fox Valley are struggling (NBC26 Green Bay)

Funding child care like K-12 education is 1 long-term option as Wis. looks for solutions to challenges (WSAW-TV)

GMC Panel Explores Early Education, the Workforce, and Economic Development (Milwaukee Succeeds)

How Companies Can Address the Childcare Crisis With Benefit Changes (Forbes)

Rural communities need federal child care investments (Center for American Progress)

The state of child care in Wisconsin (Wisconsin Public Radio)

States pick up tatters of Democrats’ paid leave, child care agenda (Politico)

The state of Wisconsin child care, some industry experts say is in ‘crisis’ (WSAW-TV)

Solving the childcare crisis will take more than just one organization to bring a solution (WXOW)

State and local leaders discuss solutions for childcare shortages (WEAU 13 News)

Wisconsin Early Childhood Association: Advocacy initiative dedicated to state’s youngest children, families set to make lasting impact (Wis Business)

Both sides of the aisle want to improve child care access — they just don’t agree on how (Wisconsin Public Radio)

Advocacy group shines spotlight on child care need, potential solutions (Wisconsin Examiner)

A Coalition of Caring: How Wisconsin Advocates Are Building a System of Child Care for Infants and Toddlers (Children’s Funding Project)

Wisconsin child care coalition launches new initiative to urge investment, expansion of child care programs (Wisconsin Public Radio)

The parent trap: Making child care cheaper could help fix labor woes (The Cap Times)

As child care costs soar, providers are barely getting by. Is there any fix? (National Public Radio)