Today, as the federal government launched a new website and other resources explaining the new child tax credit, the Annie E. Casey Foundation released a 50-state data report that argues for making the expansion permanent. The 2021 KIDS COUNT® Data Book details how challenges remain as New Jersey slowly reopens and shows signs of recovery […]
Author: Michael Richardson
Watch ACNJ, First Lady Tammy Murphy, the NAACP of Atlantic City, Prematurity Prevention Initiative and Family Health Initiatives engage in a roundtable discussion of the launch and expansion of the Maternal Experience Survey. The survey focuses on the experience of Black and Brown mothers in New Jersey, with the goals of improving maternal and child […]
Federal coronavirus relief that invest in children, families, providers, communities and states, Allowable uses of relief funding for child care that can be used for short-, medium-, and long-term policy change; Stakeholder engagement opportunities
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