REPORT: SIX PROPOSALS FOR CHILD CARE EQUITY AND A JUST RECOVERY

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEWednesday, June 26, 2020 Contact on behalf of Care That Works Coalition:Vishakha Mathur, 617-485-7709, Vishakha@617MediaGroup.com Investment & Equity needed for child [...]

Parents, Day Care Providers Concerned About Reopening Guidelines

BOSTON — The announcement June 1 that day care centers can resume operation in phase two of the Massachusetts reopening was a relief to some families that have been struggling to balance child [...]

Cracking the Code: How Boston is trying to Address Childcare by Zoning

By Bailey Hu, Molly Kaviar, Ginger Leib, Peiyao Wang The report examines how Boston’s zoning code supports child care provision across the city, especially in terms of accessibility and [...]

LYNN DAILY ITEM: ENVIRONMENTAL PROTEST PART OF STATEWIDE #LETUSBREATHE TOUR

LYNN — Community activists took to Lynn Beach earlier this month to protest waterfront development as flooding continues to be a problem in the city. The Nov. 3 protest was part of a statewide [...]

OP-ED: We Need Child Care That Works for Working Families

Jamaica Plain families are breathing a collective sigh of relief that public schools reopened last week, after spending the summer scrambling to piece together childcare options that don’t break [...]

Bay State Banner: Coalition Seeks Solutions to Vexing Childcare Challenges

No parent should have to worry about being able to secure high-quality, affordable childcare, but all too often, they do. We recently co-sponsored a briefing for state lawmakers on the issue, [...]

Mimi Ramos named as Roddenberry Fellow

We are excited to announce that Dorchester local Noemi “Mimi” Ramos has been selected to participate in The Roddenberry Foundation’s 2018 fellowship program. Her fellowship [...]