A new child care facility near the Tenleytown-AU Metro station in Northwest D.C. expands child care opportunities for infants, toddlers and preschoolers in a unique way.
Finding child care in the D.C. area is a struggle for many working parents — there are waitlists that stretch months and costs that exceed college tuition. But for parents who work nontraditional hours, securing quality child care is even more difficult.
Now is the time to start planning for summer child care, and Kevin Brasler, executive editor of checkbook.org, has some tips that can save you big bucks over the next few months.
With the city in the midst of a baby boom and with the cost of child care rivaling the cost of college tuition, D.C. leaders are touting plans to make day care more affordable and more accessible.
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.
The cost of child care in the U.S. is on the rise, surpassing the price of college tuition in 30 states and the District of Columbia. Why is it so expensive ? A look into an industry that’s costing everyone involved.
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.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.