It took two years, eight public hearings and over 70 conference calls, but California finally has a new plan to improve care and education for its kids.
Pregnant women gathered at Black Women for Wellness for a panel discussion where they shared their experiences navigating the healthcare system.
An update on what's happened in the year since the county's health department launched an action plan aimed at closing the black-white gap in infant mortality.
It’s estimated that only 2 to 3% of early childhood educators are men. One of those men has organized a conference Saturday aiming to bring more into the field.
At a hearing Monday, commissioners shared highlights from the draft proposal, which covers everything from access to provider training and parent involvement.
A State Assembly commission has released a draft of its recommendations to streamline early learning for millions of California kids.
Comedian Angelina Spicer talks about her experience with postpartum depression at conferences and before lawmakers. She’s even made it part of her stand-up routine.