The Child Care and Early Learning Action Hub is organizing at the state and national levels to win high-quality, affordable and flexible child care and pre-K for all.
  • Waging local campaigns.
  • Helping drive a national narrative.
  • Creating a permanent constituency for change.
  • Building a multi-year national campaign.
65% of kids age 5 and under
have both parents working, meaning child care is a necessity.
Child care costs more than rent in all 50 states.
And more than college
in the majority of states.
Child care providers are paid poverty wages.
The median wage for a child care worker is only $9.77 an hour.
75% of voters want affordable
child care options available nationally.
This includes majorities of every political party.