On May 11, Governor Jerry Brown proposed a $137.6 billion state budget that reflects an unprecedented $8.8 billion dollar surplus. Brown has proposed using much of the surplus to bolster the state’s rainy day fund to protect spending during a future recession, while also using one-time funds to address homelessness, mental health needs, fire prevention […]READ MORE
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On February 9, President Trump signed a two-year budget deal, along with a stopgap spending bill to end a brief government shutdown. The bipartisan budget deal increases domestic spending caps and includes critical wins for young children and their families. The deal extends the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) for a total of ten years, […]READ MORE
Research seeks to assess school readiness among low-income children in the program Child360, a nonprofit organization committed to supporting early learning from every angle, was selected by Heluna Health (the new PHFE) to coordinate and conduct 400 home visits as part of an evaluation of the organization’s nationally recognized early literacy program, the Little by […]READ MORE
Scott Hippert, CEO of the California-based early learning nonprofit, Child360, has issued the following statement in regards to Governor Jerry Brown’s proposed budget for FY 2018-19: “Gov. Brown’s proposed budget signifies progress and hope for our earliest learners. In this final year of promised multi-year funding for early learning, we commend the Brown Administration for […]READ MORE
Nonprofit unveils refreshed name, logo and tagline Los Angeles, Nov. 7, 2017–Beginning today, the early learning organization formerly known as Los Angeles Universal Preschool (LAUP) will lead with a reimagined name and refreshed logo. Child360, and its complimentary branding, embodies the organization’s current work, growth, and continued vision. The name, logo and tagline first debuted […]READ MORE