AB 378 just passed the Senate and Assembly, which means it is one step closer to changing CA’s child care system for the better. Now Governor Newsom must add his signature for the bill to go into effect. Child Care Providers United released the following statement following the Senate and Assembly’s approval of AB 378 (Limón), The Building a Better Early Care and Education System Act.
Attorney Janice C Mendal shares tips about how to defend your rights during a Licensing inspection, a license revocation, and during an appeal of a citation.
There is a new Lead Safety Information requirement this year for California’s family child care providers. Effective January 1, 2019, child care providers must share with parents and guardians written information about lead safety.
It’s getting hot! That means more time for summer activities like water games, pools, and outdoor play. Providers are on the frontlines of care for vulnerable little ones in adverse weather and we want to ensure they stay safe all summer long. Here are some tips for summer care to use at your family childcare.
Everything we’ve done this year has obligated the state to recognize the value of early childhood education and helped us expand the number of funds available for the important care we offer to working families. We won’t stop until every family in California has access to quality, affordable child care! Here are some of the highlights from the budget.
What are the new requirements for immunizations? What can you do to prepare and ensure you are in compliance? Learn more about these important changes.
In April, CCRC introduced a new attendance form so we asked to sit down and have a conversation so providers can ask questions. Together, we helped clarified our doubts and ensure we will get our payments on time. Tips for the new form are inside!
Child care providers , including dozens of members of SEIU Local 99, were joined by mothers, grandmothers, and community partners as they rallied in Sacramento and spoke directly with legislators on May 1st - May Day - for the right to negotiate with the state and to use their voice to make changes to California’s early childhood education system.
California’s Blue Ribbon Commission on Early Childhood Education Supports Collective Bargaining for Child Care Providers
On April 26, California's Blue Ribbon Commission on Early Childhood Education delivered their final recommendations. In the report, under the Workforce section, there was strong support for collective bargaining for child care providers! This happened because of all the valiant stories providers from SEIU Local 99, SEIU Local 521, and UDW-AFSCME told across the state.
Providers came together in San Bernardino to learn about important changes for 2018 taxes. Our annual tax preparation workshop brought valuable insights for family child care providers to get the most out of their annual income taxes. Don’t forget to file your taxes before the deadline - April 15. Here are some valuable tips from our workshop.