Child Care Costs More in Colorado, New Report Shows

by Madeline Novey, The Coloradoan Commercial property taxes, safeguards for children and pay for workers are a few reasons why child care in Colorado is among the least-affordable in the nation, a report released Tuesday shows. ...

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Increased Child Poverty Rate Disproportionately Impacts the Nation's Youngest Learners

The Annie E. Casey Foundation is out with its 25th KIDS COUNT Data Book, which has been providing the public with an annual glimpse into the well being of American children for the past quarter-century. As big anniversaries do, t...

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