A legislation that exempts children’s play groups from day-care type regulations is moving forward in the D.C. Council. The legislation will be up for a second and final vote on Dec. 18.
Bringing a newborn into the family brings joy — and more expenses. And it turns out the D.C. metro region is among the most expensive places to raise a child.
A Loudoun County woman has been charged with assaulting a child enrolled in the day care she ran.
An assistant teacher at a Bristow, Virginia, day care is being held without bond, charged with sexually abusing a group of 5-year-old children.
Move over, circle time. At a day care center in Gaithersburg, Maryland, toddlers are tackling science projects — even learning how to make medicine.
A Silver Spring, Maryland, caregiver has had her at-home day care license revoked after police say she was caught on video slapping, pushing and jerking around a 2-year-old girl.
Concerns over safety are the biggest deal-breakers for most parents choosing a child-care facility, according to a new poll. Overall, two out of three parents say finding child care that meets their standards is a struggle.
The Orange County Sheriff’s Office said a 4-year-old boy found a gun at the in-home day care and accidentally fatally shot himself May 15.
The fifth and final report of the Child Care Crisis series explores potential solutions to decrease the burden of child care on American families.
Cost and location are important factors that parents have to consider when researching child care options — but so is quality. During the first three years of life, it can make all the difference.
Waiting lists up to a year long? The second report in the Child Care Crisis series explores the many factors contributing to a child care shortage in the D.C. area.
Attaining affordable, convenient, quality child care is a struggle for parents in the Washington region. The five-part series, Child Care Crisis, will look at why it’s so hard to find care, why child care costs are surpassing college tuition rates and the emotional toll it has on parents.
A day care worker at the Child Development Center at the Department of Labor told Sterling Moore’s mother that he choked on a meatball at lunch and stopped breathing.
A 34-page draft of new child care center regulations would set stringent requirements for employee education, require food handling certificates for handing out snacks and would require providers to encourage mothers to breast feed, among numerous other regulatory provisions.
WASHINGTON — Child care is so expensive that many parents are unable to save for their kids’ college educations, a new study finds. In D.C., monthly child care costs average $1,472 a month for just one…
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