SCV Chinese School – Banner 3
Valencia Town Center – Farmer’s Market – Banner
IHOP – Banner
Green Convergence – Sun Power – Banner
Patterson’s Collision Center – Banner
Newhall Land – Banner
Santa Clarita Autosound – Banner
SCV Chinese School – Banner
Nothing Bundt Cakes – Banner
Action Family Counseling – Banner
Simply Taylored – Banner
San Diego Zoo – Generic – Banner
Academy Swim Club – Banner
Disneyland – Diamond Celebration – Banner
College Of The Canyons – Banner
Union Bank – Banner
Brent’s Carpet One – Banner
SCV Chinese School – Banner 2
Adage IT – Banner
Facey – Banner
All Americans Bail Bonds – Banner
Santa Clarita Transit – Dump the Pump – Banner
Hugo Naturals – Banner
Beyond Harmony – Banner
AV Party Rental – Banner
Newhall Land – 2015 – Banner
Galpin Motors – Banner
California High Speed Rail – Palmdale – Banner
SCV Senior Center – Touch A Truck 2015 – Banner
Today
It is forecast to be Clear at 7:00 PM PDT on May 27, 2015
Clear
83°/56°
Home » Santa Clarita News » State School Chief Asks Senate To Save Child Care Programs

State School Chief Asks Senate To Save Child Care Programs

jackoconnellState Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O’Connell today urged Senate Budget Subcommittees to block a proposal in the Governor’s May Revision to eliminate state-funded child care programs and support services. The item will be heard before the Senate Education Budget Subcommittee on Tuesday. O’Connell also applauded the Assembly Education Budget Subcommittee and the Assembly Health and Human Services Budget Subcommittee for blocking the proposal last week.

“I commend the Democratic members of the Assembly Education and Health and Human Services Budget Subcommittees for their support of approximately 100,000 California working parents and their children, including babies and toddlers. When the Senate Budget Subcommittees review this misguided proposal, I urge them to act as well to protect these vitally needed programs and services.

“The Governor’s proposal to eliminate $1.45 billion in funding for subsidized child care programs and support services would be a severe blow to poor- and middle-class working families. Quality child care provides a critical start to the development of young minds and is a valuable tool in the efforts to help close the achievement gap. Access to child care is essential as it allows parents to continue to work and contribute to the economy. At a time when the state’s child care network is already overburdened, the elimination of the subsidized child care programs and support services would be devastating.

“State-funded child care programs also employ more than 130,000 child care professionals who provide child care services in many different settings, including child care and development centers and licensed family child care homes. Eliminating these programs would simply add thousands more to the rolls of the unemployed and underemployed.”

 

 

 

State School Chief Asks Senate To Save Child Care Programs

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

About KHTS AM 1220

Beyond Harmony – News Banner
Action Family Counseling – News Banner
College Of The Canyons – News Banner
Academy Swim Club – News Banner
Hugo Naturals – News Banner
All American Bail Bonds – News Banner
AV Party Rental – News Banner
Beyond Harmony – Tile
AV Party Rental – Tile
College Of The Canyons – Tile
SCV Chinese School – Tile
Action Family Counseling – Tile
Facey – Tile