At least a quarter of a million young children—including 5,200 in New Jersey—would be harmed developmentally, psychologically, and economically by the cancellation of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
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As we take a look back at 2019, we are also especially excited to share with you about what’s ahead at ACNJ.
New Data Snapshot with State-by-State Data from the Annie E. Casey Foundation Shows Garden State’s Youngest Residents More Likely to Live in High Poverty Areas NEWARK, N.J. — Beyond being one of 10 states with increasing numbers of concentrated child poverty, new data show that 13 percent of New Jersey’s children under age 5 live […]
This is great news for working families in New Jersey and the child care providers that care for their children!
ACNJ and its partner, the National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER) have been criss-crossing the state working to prepare school districts, Head Start and child care providers to expand preschool in more New Jersey communities.