On March 16th, we had a staff development day and we realized at that time we had a bigger discussion, which is what’s happening with coronavirus? At the end of the day, we came up with the decision that we were going to stay open, but for essential employees only. They had to get toRead More Stony Brook Child Care Services Fulfills Vital Role for Hospital Workers
JUDY WOODRUFF: As states begin reopening, one issue looms large for working families: Who will care for their children? Special correspondent Cat Wise reports on the child care situation in Oregon. CAT WISE: Her kids were all smiles in recent Mother’s Day photos, but the past few months have been rough for single mother LydiaRead More Many child care facilities remain closed. Who will watch kids as parents return to work?
MILLION POSITIVE CASES. FLAGS WILL BE FLOWN AT HALF-STAFF THROUGHOUT THE WEEKEND TO HONOR COVID-19 VICTIMS. WELL BUSY DAY IN SPRINGFIELD AS STATE LAWMAKERS WORKED ON COVID-19 RELIEF PACKAGES AND ALSO DEBATED THE STATE BUDGET WGN POLITICAL REPORTER TAHMAN BRADLEY IS LIVE IN SPRINGFIELD WITH ALL THE DETAILS HEITMANN. MIKE AND JOE GOOD EVENING. WERead More Illinois to expand child care services as legislature announces Saturday extension
The first five years of your child’s life is a critical time. His brain is developing and brain cells are forming connections for learning and future success in school. During these early years the experiences and interactions your child has will determine which brain cells are activated and which ones are pruned away from lackRead More Kids ‘R’ Kids Brain Waves – Brain Development
[Music] 65% of the jobs our kids will have don’t even exist yet. A national survey of HR professionals found that executive function skills like self control, memory, adaptability, critical thinking, problem solving and teamwork are essential to future success. 76% of HR professionals ranked these skills as more highly valued in entry-level candidates thanRead More Skills That Young Kids Need Now to Succeed in the Future