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New measures include deferred student loan payments, updated remote learning guidance and enacting legislation to protect residents from evictions and foreclosures
Beginning in January 2021, most Massachusetts workers will be eligible for paid family and medical leave through their employer.
Nicki Ruiz de Luzuriaga, vice president of institutional advancement for Economic Mobility Pathways, will serve as the parent-representative on the board.
Planning process will continue through March 2020.
The Short Term Child Care initiative provides temporary, short-term child care during standard business hours for children who are awaiting foster care placement.
The “Choose Safe Places” program helps early care and education programs choose locations that are safe from environmental hazards.
The Early Childhood Innovation Summit will cover scaling effective models in early childhood and provide information about the Early Childhood Support Organization initiative that provides supports for workforce and program quality improvement.
Governor Charlie Baker today swore in Samantha L. Aigner-Treworgy as Commissioner of Early Education and Care, the lead agency for early childhood programs and services in the Commonwealth.
The Department of Early Education and Care (EEC) is excited to announce that there is a new and improved directory of licensed child care programs in Massachusetts on EEC's website.
The Department of Children and Families (DCF) and the Department of Early Education and Care (EEC) are seeking vendors to provide short term child care; the deadline to apply is August 19, 2019
The Board of Early Education and Care voted unanimously to recommend Samantha Aigner-Treworgy for the position of commissioner of the Department of Early Education and Care.