Doug Luciani, a business leader in Michigan, argues that access to quality child care is a crucial element to building and strengthening America's workforce.
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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.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation released a new report today that explores high-quality childcare as an approach to building a strong and better-trained American workforce today and for the future.
A report from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation explores the role of high-quality childcare in building a strong workforce.
On June 21, the Chamber Foundation will explore the role of high-quality child care in strengthening America's workforce.
Please join the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation as we launch our new initiative and report, "Workforce of Today, Workforce of Tomorrow: The Business Case for High-Quality Child Care," and explore the role of high-quality child care as a critical mechanism for strengthening the current and future workforce.
Opportunity is at the heart of the American Dream, and at the heart of opportunity is a job. When the right person fills the right job, we all benefit—families, neighborhoods, businesses. We all grow and prosper. Yet, there’s a disconnect in our country.
At the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center, we believe that business is part of the solution to closing the skills and achievement gaps and filling the jobs that will drive economic growth. Our goal is to showcase how businesses are taking a leadership role in advancing student successes throughout various stages of individuals’ personal and educational development.
Last week, the National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER) released its 2014 Preschool Yearbook, and the findings were steady, but far short of stellar.