State House News Service: Reopening Costs Straining Mass. Child Care System

Jumpstart President & CEO Naila Bolus was recently quoted in an article published in Massachusetts State House News Service, speaking about the need for investment in early childhood education and Representative Clark’s new loan assistance proposal.

“Through investments in infrastructure and loan assistance, this bill will dramatically improve both the working conditions and affordability of the early childhood field,” said Naila Bolus, the CEO of the national early education non-profit Jumpstart, based in Boston. “Representative Clark’s loan assistance proposal is urgently needed to recruit and retain new early educators and to provide a lifeline to those already in the field who are struggling to make ends meet.”

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