Panel calls on Suffolk to contribute more to child care

In the report, the commission acknowledges that there

In the report, the commission acknowledges that there are not enough spots for all kids in Suffolk to get early childhood education. (Credit: News 12)

A panel has recommended that Suffolk County do more to help low-income, working parents get access to affordable child care.

The Suffolk County Welfare to Work Commission released a report today assessing child care and early childhood education in the county. The commission says working parents are often faced with situations where even very small increases in pay can disqualify them from...

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