Updates

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How to use Social Media to Market your R&R

Watch this video presentation to learn about social media best practices and how R&Rs can use social media to communicate with parents and families.

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Things to be grateful for in 2020

... and looking forward to 2021! Five important gifts from this tumultuous year.

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Watch our video summarizing everything the Network did in the first 100 days of Shelter in Place.

In the first 100 days of the COVID-19 shelter in place, the Network has supported families, providers, and our members.

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Our public policy director is quoted in EdSource's article about California's budget

Our public policy director, Keisha Nzewi, is quoted in EdSource's article about California's budget and how it affects child care providers.

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State and County Coronavirus (COVID-19) Child Care Guidelines

This update includes the California's Department of Public Health's Coronavirius guidelines for child care and preschool settings as well as resources and guidelines for each county.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) resources for families, child care providers, and businesses

As the Coronavirus outbreak continues to impact our communities, we'll keep the list below updated with resources to help our members and the child care providers and families they work with.

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Early Learning and Care Program Guidance on the COVID-19 State of Emergency Situation

This update is intended to provide guidance to ELCD programs regarding options available to programs in dealing with the current State of Emergency declaration for COVID-19.

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Child Care Portfolio featured in Mercury News

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The 2019 California Child Care Portfolio is Released!

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Nontraditional Hours and Child Care Report Released!

Our research team conducted focus groups, interviews, and surveys throughout California to learn about the needs of parents who work nontraditional hours and the providers who care for their children.

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