The 2017-18 budget signifies a critical step forward for early learning LAUP, a leading early learning organization, addressed the impact of California’s approved fiscal year 2017-2018 budget. In effect July 1, the budget indicates significant progress for early learning, but the organization stresses their work on behalf of local families is far from over. “We […]READ MORE
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Through local and state dollars, Quality Start Los Angeles has enhanced over 800 early education sites across LA County and continues to expand its impact LOS ANGELES – Quality Start Los Angeles (QSLA), a Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS) for early learning providers in Los Angeles County, has successfully completed its first program year, […]READ MORE
On May 11, Governor Brown released his revision to the State Budget for FY 17-18. We thank Governor Brown and his administration for choosing to restore promised funding for early care and education through this proposal. This is a win for families and early learning providers, as the funding will be used to increase State […]READ MORE
LOS ANGELES, CA–LAUP, a non-profit dedicated to improving the quality of early learning, has been awarded with a $3 million Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The funding allows LAUP to support 122 infants and toddlers with high-quality early learning and care within high-need zip codes […]READ MORE
Los Angeles, CA – April 20, 2017 – The national movement of Generation to Generation takes root in Los Angeles, where a robust group of over 20 local organizations, agencies and leaders have come together to bridge the oldest and youngest generations through a community-based volunteer program. Generation to Generation Los Angeles (Gen2Gen LA) seeks […]READ MORE