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Congress to vote on new spending bill Wednesday, increases funding for early childhood education

January 14, 2014
Congress will vote on a spending bill Wednesday that would set aside more than $2.6 billion for the Child Care and Development Block Grant, $8.6 billion for Head Start, and $250 Million for Race to the Top Preschool Development Grants.
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Day care inspectors sometimes see problems, look the other way - it's Indiana law

October 20, 2013
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Indianapolis Star

U.S. Daycares Fail To Make The Grade

July 1, 2013
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Creating a Strong Start for Children: Child Care Aware® of America Urges Support for National Early Learning Campaign

June 2, 2013

Child Care Aware® of America is calling on parents, providers and other concerned citizens to join the Strong Start for Children campaign, a united effort of national, state and local organizations pursuing quality early learning settings for all children.

Feds set child care standards

May 19, 2013
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Vally News (White River Junction, VT)

Better care for children

May 19, 2013
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The Journal Gazette (Fort Wayne, IN)

U.S. child care rules getting tougher

May 16, 2013
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Pittsburg Post-Gazette

Evans mother puts focus back on marketing career

May 13, 2013
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The Augusta (Georgia) Chronicle

Child Care Providers Earn Well-Deserved Day of Recognition

May 7, 2013
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Napa Valley (California) Register

NACCRRA Partners with Let’s Move! to Promote Nutrition and Physical Activity in Child Care Settings

June 8, 2011

June 09, 2011

Initiative will provide tools and resources to promote healthy eating and exercise in family
 child care homes and centers

Arlington, VA - The National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies (NACCRRA) is proud to partner with Let’s Move! Child Care to support the Obama Administration’s campaign to raise a healthier generation of children. Today, Let’s Move!

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