Exploring the Child Care Crisis: Multiple Futures and the Role of Public-Private Partnerships explores the variable social dynamics and business models of our present and ongoing child care crisis through specific lenses of the future. In the brief, CPPR and Openfields developed four potential scenarios to provoke creative thinking and planning for the possible futures, and made the following conclusion:
The high cost and demand of child care and the financial struggles of child care providers may first appear as a paradox: How do child care providers struggle when families are paying so much and demand is so high?
Exploring the Child Care Crisis: Multiple Futures and the Role of Public-Private Partnerships explores the variable social dynamics and business models of our present and ongoing child care crisis through specific
US Children's Bureau Webinar on Our Tomorrows and Sensemaker The CPPR Our Tomorrows team is partnering with organizations around the country to transform the lives of families. What sets this work apart? The ability to capture a whole experience and tap into a family's real-time needs.
CPPR explores solutions to longstanding challenges within the social service sector, such as the cost of child care, high staff turnover, and low wages.
CPPR collaborated with the Institute for Policy and Social Research and the Kansas Department of Health and Environment to create the Child Care Desert Map to show the disparity between child care need and access.
McNair Scholar Alexis Tibbits gains field experience with CPPR’s Applied Research Team
CPPR was happy to be a partner in Child Care Aware of America’s Provider Appreciation Day campaign for 2022.
CPPR’s Erica Figueroa played a vital role in bringing the free Statewide Kansas Ages and Stages Questionnaire® (ASQ) Online subscription to providers in Kansas. ASQ Online offers providers an online subscription free of charge and reduced price on screening kits.
By: Jessica Sprague-Jones, Ph.D. Published by: Capita
The University of Kansas Center for Public Partnerships and Research was awarded the $25,000 grand prize for their Child Care Planning Assessment Tool.