Neighborhood Villages is on the frontlines, advocating for real, systems-level policy change that would make affordable, high-quality child care a reality for families in communities across America.

In the United States, families need greater access to affordable child care and they need it now. Affordability must go hand-in-hand with quality and families should not be forced to choose between the two.  We are uniting with the business community, advocacy organizations, the public sector, and child care providers to fight for a public child care program that would support the needs of today’s workforce and set children and families up to thrive.

To learn more about our policy and advocacy work, please get in touch.

Neighborhood Villages is committed to demonstration of best practice. We translate policy into practice by designing best-in-class child care delivery models. 

In partnership with community-based and academic institutions, we have cultivated a school design model that takes a two-generation approach to delivering affordable, high-quality child care that begins at birth. The Neighborhood Village School model is highly integrated with the health and other social sectors, curated to serve the whole child, and designed to reflect the lived reality of today’s modern family.

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Neighborhood Villages is collaborating with partners to train early educators and offer teachers ongoing professional development opportunities.

Neighborhood Villages is working to help stabilize the early education workforce and create new career pathways for early learning educators. Through partnership with academic experts and institutions, community colleges, and early learning providers, our program focuses on recruitment, onboarding, and ongoing professional development for early educators.

To learn more about our teacher training programs, please get in touch.