The annual workforce survey was recently sent out to all licensed Family Child Care Providers and Child Care Centers. This is an important survey that will help Solano County know what our child care workforce education and pay levels are. This will help us to advocate for more early childhood educational services, and to help us explain the true cost of child care to our elected officials.
YOUR INPUT IS CRITICAL! Please take the next 5 – 10 minutes to complete the survey.
Parent Voices of Solano County invites parents and child care supporters to join them for their next meeting on Thursday, April 24th at Solano Family & Children’s Services from 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM. Read the flyer below to find out why Parent Voices needs YOUR support. There will be food & adult supervision for children provided.
Supply of Child Care is Not Recovering to Meet the Needs of Working Families
The 2013 Child Care Portfolio is the 9th in a biennial series of statewide and county-by-county reports documenting licensed child care supply and demand in California. The data was collected in 2012 from local child care resource and referral programs and prepared by the California Child Care Resource & Referral Network, a statewide organization. The 69 locally-based, state-funded child care resource and referral programs (R&Rs) work to improve the quality, availability, and affordability of child care in local communities throughout the state.