Census population estimates have a big impact on North Carolina’s federal funding for family supports as well as the fairness of our local resource allocation. Every family missed in the census results in a loss for North Carolina. Young children have been undercounted in the past, so it’s critical that we reach their families to ensure that Census 2020 accurately reflects North Carolina’s needs.
A fact sheet from the US Department of Commerce.
Learn about how the Census impacts funding for children, what is a hard-to-count census tract, why young children are particularly vulnerable, and how to support an accurate Census count in 2020
Learn about how the Census impacts funding for children, what is a hard-to-count census tract, why young children are particularly vulnerable, and how to support an accurate Census count in 2020.
This infographic/fact sheet highlights why military, business and law enforcement leaders are calling for greater investments in young children to ensure our national security, build our economic well-being and reduce crime.
The Bipartisan Policy Center sent a letter to Congressional leaders urging them to double the funding for the Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG) for children ages birth
This presentation was shared at regional meetings held in January 2018 to support collaboration between LEAs and early learning leaders in developing birth-through-eight strategies for district ESSA plans.
The fact sheet outlines the high cost of child care, the challenges in accessing high quality child care, the impact on business, the low pay for early childhood teachers, and who pays for child care.