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Poll: New York’s child care crisis

This statewide poll underscores the need for New York to invest in a high-quality universal child care system that will serve all families equitably.

Report: Reducing Child Poverty in New York State

In this report, the Raising NY coalition analyzes the Empire State Child Credit, compares it to other state models, and provides recommendations on how New York can ensure the ESCC effectively reaches all eligible families to tackle our state’s child poverty problem.

Report: New York State’s Infant and Toddler Workforce

This report offers a close look at the current state of the workforce serving infants and toddlers in New York State and includes recommendations that the state and federal government, and institutions of higher education can implement.

Report: New York State Home Visiting Coordination

The work product of the HVCI includes this final report and ten Regional Home Visiting Development Plans included as appendices. The plans also include regional- and county-specific priority areas.

The Capacity Crisis: Regional Fact Sheets

New York must increase the availability of high-quality child care slots and ensuring that the full range of providers have the resources and support they need for stability and success. Download brief fact sheets on child care capacity and trends in each of New York’s 10 regions.

Poll: New York State’s Capacity Crisis

Poll results indicated that many child care centers and family child care providers – particularly for infant care – are at or approaching their max capacity. In addition, many programs currently have wait lists.