Monthly Archives: January 2012

Benefits of High Quality Care Persist

Adults who participated in a high quality early childhood education program in the 1970s are still benefitting from their early experiences in a variety of ways, according to a new study. The study provides new data from the long-running, highly … Continue reading

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New Funding for Childcare Stage 3 participants

Children whose families participate in CalWORKS, the program which administers California’s allocations from the federal Temporary Aid to Needy Families (welfare), are eligible to receive childcare while their parents are working, seeking work, or engaged in retraining (like attending college). … Continue reading

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State of the Union Address

Here’s the President’s State of the Union Address, in case you missed it.

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The Cure-revised

The wrong video was originally posted. Here’s the correct one. Katherine says: This is a video of a group of young people who are singing outside of Oprah’s studio, have not slept in days and still passionately and creatively create … Continue reading

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Passionate about…Psychology

From Darcy: Passionate About…Psychology by dad39

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Help! I need someone!

From Brenna: Policy change and activism in general makes me think of how people are reaching out to others for help and support. No policy would get very far if people didn’t help! Also the thought of me being an … Continue reading

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Lean on Me

From Danielle:

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