Texas Outlines New Rules For Child Care Facilities During Coronavirus OutbreakBefore entering a facility, all staff and children will be screened for fever and other symptoms of coronavirus.
New Program Helping Families Struggling To Pay For Child CareThis operation subsidizes childcare for 10,000 people. That's just for families earning less than $35,000 a year.
Woman Worked 20 Hours A Day, But Was Not PaidFor two years, the couple required a Nigerian woman to care for five children and their home, she worked nearly 20 hours a day.
National Cost Of Daycare Higher Than In-State TuitionThe average cost of full-time daycare is at $9,589 a year for kids four and under. The national average for in-state tuition is about $9,410.
Spurred By Ivanka, Trump Announces Child Care PlanRepublican presidential hopeful Donald Trump unveiled plan Tuesday aimed at making child care affordable, giving new moms six weeks of paid maternity leave and suggesting new incentives for employees to provide child care.
Experts: Child Care $ Same As Tuition & Fees At 4-Year Public CollegeNew parents trying to decide whether to return to work or stay at home have a difficult decision, because American child care costs are soaring. According to Child Care Aware of America, the cost of infant care in Texas is $8,759 a year.
Best DFW Gyms That Provide Child CareChild care is one of the biggest reasons for parents to not find time to get a good workout. Luckily, there are many gyms in the area that provide professional child care.
Closed Schools & Daycare Centers Leave Some Texas Parents FrazzledIn a matter of a few hours, North Texas will be under a second Winter Storm Advisory this week. Now, some frazzled parents are left wondering what to do if school lets out for another day.
How To Add Romance While Also Traveling With KidsConsider these five tips on how to add romance while traveling with kids.
Back To Work: Preparing Family For Your Return To The OfficeEase your family's transition into a new routine when you go back to work
Sequester Cuts Would Impact Some Child Care CostsAutomatic cuts in federal spending of $1.2 trillion over a ten year period is the overall view of what sequestration looks like. But those possible cuts are tied to hundreds of programs, agencies and entities that provide a variety of services.