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Child Care Providers are a Key Component of Community Growth

Child care providers are often overlooked, but important, small businesses that are essential for our communities and state to thrive.  Read More

May 09, 2019  |  Posted in General

Report: Lack of High-Quality Care Affects Suitability for Military Service

Military officers representing Mission: Readness released a report April 30 on the shrinking recruitment pool for our nation's military. They said the experiences during children's early developmental years impact lifelong outcomes, including fitness for military service.   Read More

May 02, 2019  |  Posted in General

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