This slide deck is from the first webinar in a series that explores how we can support the refugee family experience in the US. What families and young children experience prior to resettlement in the US is often misunderstood or misrepresented by the media. In this webinar, we heard from Pamoja Early Childhood Workforce Program and early childhood educators who have experienced resettlement. We learned about the assets these families bring to communities and the workforce, as well as what they want systems to know about their experiences.
Access the recording here.
- Fiscal Year 2020 Refugees and Asylees Annual Flow Report
- How Does the U.S. Refugee System Work?
- Refugee Processing Center
- The United Nations Refugee Agency
- Child Migration
- Refugees, Asylum-Seekers, and Migrants
- Internally Displaced People
- Refugees and Asylees in the United States
- Life in Limbo – Inside the World’s 10 Largest Refugee Camps
- UNHCR: Ghana
- Refugee Data Finder
- U.S. Annual Refugee Resettlement Ceilings and Number of Refugees Admitted
- Sate-by-State Refugee Resettlement
- Colorado’s Refugee Population Explained in Four Charts
Blog September 25, 2023
This blog explains the impact of the policy choice to not renew the Child Tax Credit on the child poverty rate.
Home-Based Child Care: Embedding Wellness in HBCC Systems through Strengthening HBCC Networks: An Evidence-Based Framework for High Quality (Benchmarks)
Archived Webinar September 21, 2023
This recording and slide deck are from the September 19, 2023 Home-Based Child Care Webinar.
Report August 29, 2023
A robust early childhood care and education workforce is at the heart of any solution to stabilize the child care sector, and adequate compensation is pivotal to that end. That reality comes through in the PDG B-5 grant applications; many states demonstrate a keen focus on supporting workforce compensation. This brief explores and synthesizes the strategies to increase compensation that states proposed in their PDG B-5 grant applications.