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Dr. Pamela High

Threat to child care sector is far-reaching

We are facing a child care crisis in the U.S. and in Rhode Island that is poised to exacerbate the health care and economic...

Hard choices ahead for working parents

Millions of American families are finding themselves in a jam, with their jobs requiring them to return to work on-site and plans from their...
RHODE ISLAND was allocated $8.2 million in federal funds for child care assistance for essential workers in the state. /AP FILE PHOTO/SUSAN WALSH

R.I. gets $8.2M from feds for child care assistance for essential...

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island will receive $8.2 million in federal funds for child care assistance for essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, Sen. Jack...

Gifts from across the sea

Longevity suits Jagdish Sachdev and the retail business he founded on Thayer Street in Providence in the late 1960s. Of all the changes in...

Child’s play

Does your company offer employees child care programs? No: 90% Yes: 10% Does your company have a corporate partnership with a child care facility/program? No: 100% Yes: 0% What kind...
Margaret M. Teller learned early on that a child care benefit affects the workplace when her father, Dave McDonald, founded The Children’s Workshop in 1990. The company now has 19 schools and has grown revenue 30 percent since she took over in 2014. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Offering child care pays off in talent development and retention

Margaret M. Teller | The Children’s Workshop Inc. president and CEO How well is your company competing for top talent in an economy that recently...
ON TUESDAY, R.I. Kids Count published a new issue brief on children in poverty. This chart shows 2018 data from the National Center for Children in Poverty on parental employment of children under age 18 by income level. / COURTESY RI KIDS COUNT

Report: R.I. parent employment outpaces national average

PROVIDENCE - In Rhode Island, the third state in the union to adopt a paid family leave program, the rate of children aged six...
ACING CHILD CARE: Margaret Teller, president and CEO of The Children’s Workshop, strives to maintain high learning and child care standards while advocating for increased support for working families’ child care needs. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Teller champions child care, learning at The Children’s Workshop

Women to Watch, Social Services | Margaret Teller, The Children’s Workshop Margaret Teller is president and CEO of The Children’s Workshop, a Cumberland-based child...

The Children’s Workshop offers corporate child care program

CUMBERLAND — The Children’s Workshop, a family owned, parent-operated chain of early education schools and child care centers, has branded its business options under...

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