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Enjoy our monthly dose of “5-Bullet-Point Friday,” a list of NJAEYC public policy stuff we think you might be interested in for November 2020.
The 2020 election is happening right now! With voting by mail available to New Jersey, casting your ballot is easier than ever before. Children can’t vote, so we need to make sure their issues are represented in the election.
Enjoy our monthly dose of “5-Bullet-Point Friday,” a list of NJAEYC public policy stuff we think you might be interested in for October 2020.
New Jersey Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson today announced licensed child care centers and registered family child care providers can begin applying for grants to help meet the increased costs of reopening and remaining open during the ongoing COVID-19 public health emergency.
From our partners at ACNJ - Advocates for Children of NJ New Child Care Licensing Rules Increases Group Size On September 18, 2020, the New Jersey Department of Health released new rules for child care centers regarding group size and visitor policies. They include:...