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Supporting Equitable Distance Learning in San Diego County
A partnership with Child Development Associates, the San Diego Food Bank, and San Diego for Every Child
School districts, education experts, non-profit organizations, and community leaders form Taskforce
San Diego for Every Child launches fund to assist with food, childcare, and equitable distance learning.
KPBS Evening Edition anchor Maya Trabulsi talked with Erin Hogeboom, Director of San Diego For Every Child.
Nonprofits, community leaders and organizations have joined together to create "San Diego for Every Child."
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Local leaders and nonprofits joined forces recently to create San Diego for Every Child: The Coalition to End Child
Nearly two dozen community groups and agencies in the region have teamed to launch San Diego for Every Child.
Organizers Call on Community Advocates of All Backgrounds to Join Effort, Push for Change
This briefing is intended to help senior leaders support frontline working parents with their childcare needs.
91% of San Diego County infants and toddlers do not have a spot in an affordable childcare program.
Lack of funding, increased costs, and fears of COVID-19 all play a role in loss of care providers
Struggling with the experience of poverty, COVID-19 has only inflamed the difficulties many families are enduring.
The COVID-19 recession has impacted families in different ways.
Children with the greatest economic needs may be the least likely to see a benefit.
Governor releases a plan for building comprehensive and equitable early learning system over the next decade.
The pandemic will widen achievement gaps because of disparate parental access to time and resources.
The United States neglects our most vulnerable children. Social security changes would end child poverty.
Child care has become central to US economic recovery, but day cares are struggling to safely stay open or reopen
The Devastating Impact of COVID-19 on California Child Care
Families of color struggled with child care before the pandemic
Community Champions are individuals and neighborhood groups across San Diego County who believe that we can cut the experience of child poverty in half by 2030.
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