The N.C. CCR&R Council has released the findings of a child care provider survey regarding the effects of the Stabilization funds. Click to read more!
Children ages 5 to 11 years old can receive a COVID-19 booster five months after the date of their most recent Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine dose.
On October 7, 2021, Governor Roy Cooper announced a historic, one-time federal $805 million investment in North Carolina’s early care and learning programs. This guide provides FAQs and other resources specifically for Family Child Care Homes.
Find the latest COVID-19 guidelines from the NC DHHS, adopted from the CDC, on quarantine and isolation for the general population.
Find the latest COVID-19 guidelines from the NC DHHS specific to child care.
Updated public health guidance for COVID-19.
A new Yale study found that child care programs in the United States that practiced child masking early in the COVID-19 pandemic (May-June 2020) experienced a 13% reduction in program closure within the following year, and continued child masking throughout the one-year study period was associated with a 14% reduction in program closure.
A new survey highlights the struggles North Carolina child care providers are facing as the state continues to recover from the pandemic. Many say they’re having a difficult time hiring and retaining qualified staff.
The pandemic has exposed the frailties and necessities of the state’s child care infrastructure. North Carolina is offering millions in federal aid to combat some of that.