Access to high-quality early education and child care is not simply a benefit to support working parents and families. It is an important mechanism for strengthening the workforce of today, the workforce of tomorrow, and the local economy.
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The U.S. Chamber Foundation's Center for Education and Workforce is partnering with Capita, Greenville First Steps, and Spartanburg First Steps to host a special event that will highlight the economic case for high-quality early childhood education as a part of the 2018 Workforce of Today, Workforce of Tomorrow roadshow.
The U.S. Chamber Foundation's Center for Education and Workforce is partnering with the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce to host a special event, as part of their Eggs & Issues series, to highlight the economic case for high-quality early childhood education and kick off the 2018 Workforce of Today, Workforce of Tomorrow roadshow.
From Baton Rouge to Grand Rapids, Austin to Atlanta, and finishing up in Frankfort last month, our 2017 five-city childcare roadshow is complete. We brought together business leaders, policy makers, advocates, and practitioners to discuss the critical role of high-quality early education and care in advancing the workforce of today, and the workforce of tomorrow. The events were a great success and in each state, an energized business community is eager and ready to take the lead in advancing this conversation in their own community.
The Center for Education and Workforce is travelling to states around the country to discuss the importance of high-quality child care.
Providing affordable, accessible, and high-quality childcare options for America’s working families is one of the most effective ways we can ensure a healthy, prosperous economy.
New toolkit from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation provides resources to enable the business community to advance access to high-quality, affordable childcare to support employees, the broader community, and the country.
Dr. Laura Jana offers her thoughts on the June 21 event on high-quality child care and the workforce.
The Center for Education and Workforce hosted an event bringing together early childhood development experts and business leaders to discuss the role of high-quality childcare in strengthening our nation’s economic prosperity.