Childcare

People may not expect you to return to work. And they won’t think anything of saying so.
It's a huge issue for working parents and the candidates keep trying to bring it up.
A new WalletHub report shows that Vermont is a pretty great place for parents and their newborns.
A fire at a home operating as a day care center in Erie, Pennsylvania, left five children dead and the owner hospitalized.
Inclined sleepers like the Rock 'n Play were recalled months ago. But a watchdog report suggests that many child care facilities don't know.
The top-polling Democratic candidate has been fielding attack after attack from his presidential rivals.
He once wrote an op-ed saying Congress would be subsidizing the "deterioration of the family" if it approved an amendment expanding a child care tax credit.
“No one brave enough to seek office should have to bow out of their campaign because they can’t afford childcare.” New York lawmaker Linda Rosenthal said.
Biden said the government should not make it easier for well-off parents to both work outside the house.
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Women may be forced to leave work to take care of their kids, sometimes waiting years for spots to open up in local schools.
“For too long, crucial issues have been dismissed as secondary issues or ‘women’s issues,’” the Democratic presidential candidate said.
The median annual salary for a child care worker in 2018 was just $23,240.
Child care is a key barrier preventing women from seeking office. A fight is brewing to change that.
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Parents are finding access to affordable, quality childcare nearly impossible. Washington, D.C., wants to be the model of how to fix that.
The goal is to make it more affordable in America — and to improve the quality, too.
Democratic presidential candidates are getting behind some big ideas.
The proposal could put the issue on top of the 2020 campaign agenda.