Child Care March 1, 2024

In the News: 100,000 Families Receiving Childcare Subsidies Could Have Lower Costs. Here’s What to Know (Time Magazine)

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The Biden Administration directive comes amid rising childcare costs nationwide. In September, $24 billion in pandemic-era childcare investments under the American Rescue Plan ended, which advocates warned would increase the financial burden on both providers and families. In New York City, 80% of families cannot afford care for a single child, according to a report by public policy think tank 5BORO Institute.