Weekly News: ECE and More – 5.26.21

May 26, 2021

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» The Pandemic Created a Child-Care Crisis. Mothers Bore the Burden. (New York Times)

An interactive, long-form piece by the New York Times on the pandemic, child care, and mothers. 

» OPINION: America’s ECE system is struggling. Head Start can help chart path forward (Hechinger Report)

This op-ed from the National Head Start Association argues for Head Start as a national ECE model. 

» Parents spend average of $8,355 per child for year-round child care (CNBC.com)

CNBC examines the cost of child care for working parents in America at the present time.

» Race And Ethnicity Are Bigger Risks In Childbirth Than Age, New Study Shows (Forbes)

Forbes looks at a new study examining how race and ethnicity impact maternal mortality.

» The Pandemic Propelled CPS From Tech ‘Dark Ages’ Into Modern Computing Age (WBEZ)

WBEZ looks at the technological advances made in schooling in Chicago and where things go next.

» Education Has a Three-Headed Crisis. Mental Health Is Part of It. (EdSurge)

This EdSurge article takes a look at the role early childhood mental health plays in education.

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