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Supporting Equitable Distance Learning in San Diego County

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Diapers Distributed to 300 Families

A partnership with Child Development Associates, the San Diego Food Bank, and San Diego for Every Child

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Equitable Distance Learning Taskforce

School districts, education experts, non-profit organizations, and community leaders form Taskforce

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COVID-19 Children's Fund Launched

San Diego for Every Child launches fund to assist with food, childcare, and equitable distance learning.

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Ending Child Poverty in San Diego

KPBS Evening Edition anchor Maya Trabulsi talked with Erin Hogeboom, Director of San Diego For Every Child.

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Ending Child Poverty In San Diego

Nonprofits, community leaders and organizations have joined together to create "San Diego for Every Child."

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190+ mil infantes en situación crítica

Se unen organizaciones

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Goal to Cut Experience of Child Poverty

Local leaders and nonprofits joined forces recently to create San Diego for Every Child: The Coalition to End Child

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Local Effort to to Halve Child Poverty

Nearly two dozen community groups and agencies in the region have teamed to launch San Diego for Every Child.

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Coalition to End Child Poverty Launches

Organizers Call on Community Advocates of All Backgrounds to Join Effort, Push for Change

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San Diego Childcare Needs Assessment

91% of San Diego County infants and toddlers do not have a spot in an affordable childcare program.

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What We're Reading

Tax Break Neglects Most Underserved

Children with the greatest economic needs may be the least likely to see a benefit.

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Master Plan for Early Learning and Care

Governor releases a plan for building comprehensive and equitable early learning system over the next decade.

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Unequal Adaptation to COVID Schooling

The pandemic will widen achievement gaps because of disparate parental access to time and resources.

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The U.S. is Neglecting Our Poorest Kids

The United States neglects our most vulnerable children. Social security changes would end child poverty.

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Child Care in the US is Broken

Child care has become central to US economic recovery, but day cares are struggling to safely stay open or reopen

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California Child Care at the Brink

The Devastating Impact of COVID-19 on California Child Care

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Child Care Disruptions Hurt Parents

Families of color struggled with child care before the pandemic

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A Calling to Child Care

Hear from YMCA's Luisa Montes about family child care champion of 25 years, Joy Mclaurin, of Oceanside

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COVID-19 and Our Food System

Immediate Impacts and Priority Recommendations for Policymakers and Funders

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Parents Unequipped for Distance Learning

A survey shows that the vast majority of parents feel completely unequipped to guide their children’s education.

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Become a Community Champion

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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.