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Updated: Feb 5

On the Early Childhood Policy team at the Center for American Progress, our work focuses on advocating for comprehensive investments in a unified child care system and examining what a family-friendly (and education-friendly) policy landscape can look like, across a range of policy levers that promote health, education, and family economic security.


 
  1. Child Care Spending Generates Massive Dividends (February 24, 2022); Hailey Gibbs & Rasheed Malik, Center for American Progress

  2. The American Rescue Plan Shored Up Child Care, but a Long-Term Solution is Necessary (March 21, 2022); Hailey Gibbs & MK Falgout, Center for American Progress

  3. Five Strategies for Equitable Implementation of Public Investments in Child Care (March 23, 2022); MK Falgout & Hailey Gibbs, Center for American Progress

  4. [OP-ED] We Can't Afford Not to Fix Child Care (March 28, 2022); Hailey Gibbs & Maureen Coffey, MarketWatch

  5. 4 Reasons the U.S. Economy Needs Comprehensive Child Care (May 24, 2022); Hailey Gibbs, Center for American Progress

  6. Addressing the Nation's Infant Formula Shortage: Short-Term Policy and Regulatory Solutions (May 26, 2022); Arohi Pathak & Hailey Gibbs, Center for American Progress

  7. 3 Ways Federal Investments Can Address Child Care Deserts in America (June 2, 2022); MK Falgout, Rasheed Malik, and Hailey Gibbs, Center for American Progress

  8. A Strong Start in Life: How Public Health Policies Affect the Well-being of Pregnancies and Families (July 15, 2022), Hailey Gibbs, Marquisha Johns, Osub Ahmed, Maggie Jo Buchanan, and Arohi Pathak, Center for American Progress

  9. Increasing America's Child Care Supply (August 23, 2022), Hailey Gibbs, Center for American Progress

  10. [VIDEO] The Economic Realities of Child Care (August 31, 2022), Hailey Gibbs, Ala Al Sadi, Hai-Lam Phan, Andrew Sonntag, Toni Pandolfo, and James Mertz, Center for American Progress

  11. Congress Should Guarantee Medicaid Continuous Coverage for Pregnant Women and Children (November 30, 2022), Natasha Murphy, Hailey Gibbs, and Emily Gee, Center for American Progress

  12. Disparities in Housing, Health Care, Child Care, and Economic Security Affect Babies for Life (December 7, 2022), Allie Schneider and Hailey Gibbs, Center for American Progress

  13. Strengthening Home Visiting to Promote the Health and Well-Being of Indigenous Families (December 8, 2022), Stephanie Haddad and Hailey Gibbs, Center for American Progress

  14. 5 Actions the FDA Can Take To Reduce Heavy Metal Toxins in Baby Food (April 4, 2023), Jill Rosenthal, Hailey Gibbs, and Allie Schneider, Center for American Progress

  15. Strengthening Early Childhood Health, Housing, Education, and Economic Well-Being Through Holistic Public Policy (June 29, 2023), Allie Schneider and Hailey Gibbs, Center for American Progress

  16. Policymakers Must Understand How Education, Health Care, and Economic Security Shape Early Child Development (June 29, 2023), Hailey Gibbs and Allie Schneider, Center for American Progress

  17. Early Childhood Education in U.S. States (December 14, 2023), Anna Lovejoy and Hailey Gibbs, Center for American Progress

  18. Messaging and Communications to Promote Early Childhood Education (December 14, 2023), Hailey Gibbs and Anna Lovejoy, Center for American Progress

  19. How to Expand Access to Affordable, High-Quality Child Care and Preschool (December 14, 2023), Anna Lovejoy and Hailey Gibbs, Center for American Progress

  20. Data Dashboard: An Overview of Child Care and Early Learning in the United States (December 14, 2023), Allie Schneider and Hailey Gibbs, Center for American Progress

  21. How Federal Investments in Safe Drinking Water Are Improving Public Health (February 5, 2024), Jill Rosenthal, Allie Schneider, Hailey Gibbs, and Mariam Rashid, Center for American Progress

  22. Executive Summary: How Federal Investments in Safe Drinking Water Infrastructure Are Improving Public Health, Jill Rosenthal, Allie Schneider, Hailey Gibbs, and Mariam Rashid, Center for American Progress

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