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Time to Care Act Introduced
On Thursday, January 28, Maryland Senator Antonio Hayes (Baltimore City) and Delegate Kris Valderrama (Prince George's County) introduced the Time to Care Act of 2020.
Children's Advocacy in Annapolis
The 2020 Evening for Children's Advocacy in Annapolis took place on Monday, January 27th, and was well attended.
Maryland Family Network's Parent Leadership
Maryland Family Network's Parent Leadership program is empowering parents, supporting children, and changing lives every day.
The General Assembly's Joint Committee on Children, Youth, and Families held a hearing on paid family and medical leave on October 16 in Annapolis.
"Brit" Kirwan Honored
Under Dr. Kirwan's leadership, the Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education (aka the (Kirwan Commission) has championed the critical role that quality early care and learning will play in transforming public education in Maryland into a world-class system.
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Update Your Record
Relying on word of mouth to promote your child care business is no longer enough. This according to a new report in Forbes Magazine that gathered data on over 150,000 child care providers across the United States. As parents become busier and more tech savvy with each passing year, they are looking online to find child care and relying less on talking to their friends for information.
The First Years Breakfast is MFN’s only fundraising event of the year and it is a chance to hear first-hand from the parents, child care providers, and champions who have personally benefitted from the work of Maryland Family Network. Held on November 7 at the Suburban Club, this year’s theme was “growing up, growing together.”