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CHILDCARE IS ESSENTIAL TO THE CITY’S RECOVERY

In March when we entered our first shelter-in-place and San Francisco was transformed overnight from a vibrant metropolis to a ghost town, I was afraid. I wanted to wrap myself in a warm blanket, hunker in, unplug my phone, order takeout and pretend I was on a much-needed vacation. I had been recovering from a […]

PROP F RELEASED FUNDS TO BE USED FOR ECONOMIC RECOVERY

San Francisco, CA – Board President Yee is introducing legislation to establish an emergency economic recovery program to support early care and education providers who are at the brink of collapse due to the COVID-19 health emergency. The Early Care & Education Economic Recovery program will offer one-time grants and zero-interest loans for child care […]

SFCCPA November 20, 2018 News Update

Our next SFCCPA Community Meeting, Monday evening, November 26 brings highlights of the NAEYC conference home. Kaile Thomas, SFCCPA board member, and Director of San Francisco Family Support Network, Safe & Sound, will present on the role of teacher as researcher and Voices of Practitioners. Join us just after your Thanksgiving break. Details and registration here and below.   Prop C (June) – ECE for […]

Prop C: Universal Childcare for San Francisco

This Ballot Measure Will Establish a Fund to: Make high quality early care and education (“ECE”) available and affordable for San Francisco families earning up to 200% of the area median income. (200% AMI for a family of 3: $207,500). Clear our existing waitlist of San Francisco families and who have been stagnating on the […]

SFCCPA June 11, 2016 News Updates

See the below recent news relevant to the ECE community. Child Care Providers Struggle to Afford Rising Minimum Wage By Andrew Stelzer JUNE 9, 2016 “If you’ve got kids, or are expecting one, you’ve probably been warned a million times: Child care is expensive. But just how expensive is it here in the Bay Area? About $1,800 […]