What’s New?

Register: #ReimagineChildCare Policy Webinar Series

Attention child care providers! Amplify your voice to address the workforce and financing issues affecting child care.
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Apr 30 2021

Infant and Toddler Workforce and Capacity During the COVID-19 Pandemic Survey

ACNJ is conducting a survey to learn more about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected infant and toddler child care centers in New Jersey. The findings will help advocates and policymakers better understand the issues and challenges of providing this type of child care and identify potential supports that could assist centers in serving this population.
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Apr 23 2021

Webinar Recording: Focusing on Black Maternal Health – Roadmap to Launching the Maternal Experience Survey

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 […]
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Tell state leaders to end the child care staffing crisis

A recent Op-Ed by Meghan Tavormina, NJAEYC President, sounds the alarm on an opportunity for New Jersey to address this critical issue child care providers face.
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Apr 9 2021

Register: Focusing on Black Maternal Health: Roadmap to Launching the Maternal Experience Survey

Join us on April 15th, 10:30 AM to discuss the Black maternal health experience, and to learn more about the maternal experience survey launching across the state.
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Mar 24 2021

Vaccine Appointments Available For Child Care Providers and Educators!

Vaccine Appointments Available! The State has worked together with Walgreens to supply thousands of doses of the COVID-19 vaccine this weekend in Ocean and Passaic Counties.
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New Jersey State Courthouse

Mar 23 2021

ACNJ Testimony on Proposed State FY2022 Budget

While we applaud Gov. Murphy's commitment to children and families in the FY2022 budget, supports to child care made during the pandemic must continue to ensure the child care system remains sustainable once the federal money is exhausted.
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Celebrate Social and Emotional Learning Day This Friday, March 26th

Join us in celebrating Social and Emotional Learning Day this Friday, recognizing the importance of SEL for child development so they can become successful, productive adults.
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Mar 18 2021

Webinar on State and Federal Child Care Funding: What You Need to Know and How to Act!

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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Mar 12 2021

Peter Chen Explains How the COVID-19 Tax Relief Lifts Children Out of Poverty

The Federal Child Tax Credit is a historic achievement that deserves to be celebrated as a change that sets the stage for permanently eliminating child poverty.
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