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NEWS NEWS: ARPA funding offers Ohio the means to bolster child care..

6/22/2022 COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Every parent wants the assurance that when they go to work, their children are safe and being cared for by trained, nurturing professionals. Early educators not only look after our children but teach them to get along with their peers and prepare them for school.

In Ohio, quality child care and early education is out of reach for thousands of families and early educators are among the state’s lowest paid workers. That is because many local, state, and federal policymakers do not provide enough resources to support children, families, childcare workers, and child care providers.

Today, we have a child care system that is not working for anyone.

Thankfully, federal funding from the American Rescue Plan Act presents local governments an opportunity to provide both families and child care workers with some relief.

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