Early Childhood Development |

Most 'Pop-Up' Child Care Centers Were Already Watching Kids Before The Pandemic

(Courtesy Sharon Drobka)
| California’s budget revision summary in May said, “to date, there are close to 500 temporary pop-up child care programs throughout California.” But as it turns out, few businesses took advantage of the program.

Even Young Children Notice What's Happening In The World Right Now. Here's What You Can Do To Help Them Understand


What L.A. parents are doing to start conversations about race and help their kids dream of a better future.

Giving Birth In A Pandemic Can Be Isolating. It Doesn't Have To Be


Delivery rooms are more empty. Here’s how one family found support for birth in the midst of the pandemic.

What Could Schools Look Like When They Reopen? Here's What LA County Education Officials Say


A task force released a framework Wednesday with guidelines for the county's 80 school districts as they plan for when, how — and maybe whether — to reopen school campuses.

Coronavirus Parenthood: The Stress Level Is High, Glitter Glue Is Everywhere


Shammeer Dawson, a single mom of four children who lives in Hawthorne, checked in with us about parenting in the time of COVID.

California's Devastating Budget Shortfall Means Pain For Schools, Health Care, More


Gov. Newsom had aspired to make publicly funded preschool available to every child in California starting with 20,000 new slots over the next two years.

Print This Adorable Worksheet We Mailed To LA Kids


These are not typical times, so we did something we don’t typically do — we sent mail to a bunch of children.

If LA's Kids Keep Skipping Routine Vaccinations, We Might Have More Than A COVID-19 Outbreak To Worry About


The number of childhood immunizations in L.A. County was down more than 60% in April compared to last year.