Nearly a third of parents don’t know their schedule more than two weeks in advance, and more than 25% need child care outside of traditional work hours.
Women's labor force participation is approaching pre-pandemic levels, but childcare is still limiting some women's return to paid work.
Across the country, families are struggling to secure the child care they need.
Milli Pintacsi's child care operation was expanding, and enrollment had reached full capacity. Then the pandemic shut down the business.
The Biden administration is calling for Congress to expand existing programs and tax credits, as well as provide universal preschool.
A new documentary explores the realities of nighttime child care and the families who rely on it.
In her new book, economist Emily Oster presents a framework for data-based parenting decisions.
Faced with her child care centers closing down, Yobe Qiu turned to her passion project: writing children's books about Asian cultures.
Myra Jones-Taylor of Zero to Three says children and babies can feel the stress and instability that has come with the pandemic.