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They’re all products of a quality early care and education system.
In 2021, Child Care Aware of Kansas connected parents, child care providers, businesses, local and state leaders, and community members to the information and ideas they needed to take action.
By learning about the issue and working alongside us — and with others in your community — you can have a significant impact with less effort and fewer resources than you might expect.
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By Bridget Banks, Child Care Health Equity Consultant Juneteenth (short for June Nineteenth), which commemorates the end of slavery in this country, is considered one
Bridget Banks, Child Care Health Consultant, Child Care Aware of Kansas. Originally published in the Spring 2022 Issue of Kansas Child Magazine. Recruiting and Retaining
Kansas Child magazine is intended to provide a forum for the discussion of child care and early education issues and ideas. We hope to provoke thoughtful discussions within the field and to help those outside the field gain a better understanding of priorities and concerns.
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