On Friday, January 10, from 3:00pm-4:00PM, Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity and Childcare Aware® of America will sponsor a national audio conference to explore exciting developments in child care as part of the Work Supports Strategies (WSS) initiative.
The audio call will also examine issues such as how a conservative state embraced safety net programs; the effectiveness of particular streamlining strategies; and what lessons from WSS can be applied to child care and other programs in the other 44 states.
For a sneak preview on WSS and child care, check out this just-released report from the Urban Institute and the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP).
- Richard Armstrong, Director, Idaho Department of Health and Welfare
- Olivia Golden, Executive Director, CLASP
- Hannah Matthews, Director of Child Care and Early Education, CLASP