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Report: 20,000+ Nebraska Children Are Being Raised by Grandparents

Generations United's annual report shows 20,808 Nebraska children are being raised by their grandparents.   Read More

September 21, 2017  |  Posted in General

Step Up to Quality Marks 3rd Anniversary

Nebraska Step Up to Quality helps child care providers who are committed to being the best they can be to give children the strong start we know is so important. As Step Up to Quality marks its third anniversary, they have debuted an interactive map on their website parents can access to learn the locations and ratings of participating programs in their area. Read More

September 14, 2017  |  Posted in General

2017 Market Rate Survey is Released

DHHS is required to oversee a child care Market Rate Survey every two years to set child care provider subsidy rates within the context of market conditions. The purpose is to ensure children receiving assistance through the Child Care Subsidy Program have access to the pool of providers equal to the access of provider-paying families. Read More

September 07, 2017  |  Posted in General Legislation

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