Op-Ed Washington Business Journal
As the District looks toward Phase 3 ofreopening, child care centers acrossD.C. are struggling.
As the executive director of BrightBeginnings Inc., a nonprofitorganization that operates earlychildhood and family learning centersfor children and families experiencinghomelessness in the backdrop ofWashington, D.C., I not only implorethat local, state and federalgovernment remain committed toinvesting in early childhood educationas we transition to our new normal,but to also double-down on thiscountry’s investment in our youngestchildren and their families.
Many families depend on child carecenters to reopen to go back to work.