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“I’m Worried.” Six Quotes from Delaware Families that Capture Our Child Care Crisis

Early Childhood Education

January 21st, 2022

Due to rising costs and state investments that don’t keep pace, the child care industry is in peril, and nearly half of local providers are turning families away. Families who rely on the Purchase of Care (POC) subsidy can’t find care because their voucher only reimburses about 50 percent of the costs of child care. Subsequently, about 30...

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New Year Welcomes Delaware Schools with Staffing Concerns, Teacher Burnout, and COVID Spikes

Educator Support and Development

January 5th, 2022

As the winter holidays recede, for many of our teachers, it already feels like June. Despite hopes that this school year would usher a return back to normal, we know that it’s been anything but that. Masks are still on. Staff shortages and burnout are real. Working to support kids, families, and communities where they need to...

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