BOSTON, MA (September 29, 2020) – Last night the House released its updated version of the HEROES Act which includes a critical $57 billion in funding for child care relief.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Jumpstart applauds the broad-based support in the U.S. House of Representatives to make child care a priority with today’s passage of the Child Care is Essential Act and Child
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
We know the research behind early learning and its long-term impacts. Yet, as underserved children face substantial learning loss due to COVID-19, child care centers, the first formal education spaces
For Jumpstart’s 2019 Read for the Record campaign, the Policy and Government Relations Department teamed up with the U.S. Congressional Pre-K Caucus to promote the cognitive, developmental, and social emotional
Mayor de Blasio, City Council Speaker Johnson, District Council 1707 Local 205 (DC 1707) labor union and the Day Care Council of New York reached a tentative contract agreement that creates a
First Step Act Offers Hope for Families December 20, 2018 (Boston & Washington, DC) – Many families served by Jumpstart live in historically underserved communities, which have been disproportionately affected by
From its inception nearly 25 years ago, Jumpstart has centered its work with young children on research-based best practices in the field of early childhood development. We know that the