A business model of nonprofit childcare workers who cannot afford to care for their own children is not sustainable. It doesn’t have to be this way. The data clearly show that investment in child care today results in considerable savings to society tomorrow.
While no less important in the developmental and socialization of the young, the costs associated with infant and toddler care make investment challenging for established early childhood/childcare programs.
In Texas, Judge Karin Crump has ruled that the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services must end the practice of licensing immigrant detention centers run by private prison groups as childcare facilities.
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