Author: Aisha Khan

Early Childhood Educators: Underpaid and Overburdened

Facebook Twitter Linkedin By Robyn E. Koenig Pre-K Teacher Acelero Learning, North Brunswick School District Robyn works with children ages 3 to 5. She holds a Master’s in Mathematics and Reading from Walden University, and a Bachelor’s in ECE from Kean University. To hear more about Robyn’s experiences in the field of ECE, contact her […]

Governor’s Proposed FY25 Budget Includes Big Wins for Kids and Families

Facebook Twitter Linkedin On February 27, Governor Murphy delivered the annual state budget address to the State Legislature, presenting his proposed spending plan for the Fiscal Year 2025 (FY25) Budget. The Governor’s budget outlines his key initiatives which include “lowering costs for our families, increasing opportunities in every community, and investing in the lifelong success […]

Did you know ARP Stabilization Funds had profound effects on the Child Care Industry and the Families that depend on it?

Facebook Twitter Linkedin By Olivia Carrara Leontine Young Fellow For more information on this topic, contact Olivia at ACNJ has always believed that investments in child care would have multiple positive impacts on the child care industry, and now we have more proof! ACNJ has previously established the importance of the child care stabilization […]