Stimulus money will run out, so the Adams administration is deciding how to fund child care and education for tots.
Ten-day quarantines are forcing families to keep young kids home, causing chaos for those in need of child care — regardless of negative COVID test results.
Queens’ Little Elms Child Care Center — which operates rent-free at the city hospital — was relied upon by staffers and locals with few area options.
Years of insufficient state funding and closure of private pre-K programs cited among reasons for looming shortage of special education slots.
Pay for teachers in publicly funded but privately run programs would rise by October 2021 to $69,000 — on par with first-year public school teachers.
The tentative pact marks the second recent labor agreement aiming to bring the teachers’ pay in line with their peers who work in public schools.
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