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The policy agenda represents the policy priorities of community advocates who are committed to improving the lives of Hawaii’s children by promoting public policy changes that benefit their health, safety, education and economic security.
This report provides a state-wide assessment of the early learning system for children birth through age five and focuses on childcare and preschool centers, family childcare homes, and family-child interaction learning programs. The study was conducted in partnership with the University of Hawaii Center on the Family with funding from the Samuel N. and Mary Castle Foundation.
This report summarizes the findings of the U.S. Department of Labor research into how a family leave insurance program could be best implemented in Hawaii.
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