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February 6, 2020 Lunch N Learn: Getting Access to Childcare: Why? How? and Who to Work With?

Summary

Tessa Conroy discusses the status of child care in Wisconsin and has several guests discuss the strategies that they have seen or contributed to. These guests include:

  • Jessie Small from Total Administrative Services Corporation (TASC)
  • Courtney Berner from the UW Center for Cooperatives (UWCC)
  • Paula Drew from the Wisconsin Early Childhood Association (WECA)
  • Karl Green from Extension La Crosse County

Webinar Recording

Additional Materials

Child Care: Why, How, and Who can I Work With? PowerPoint

Publication 926: Household Employer’s Tax Guide

Instructions for Form 2441

Business Training and Automation for Early Childhood Programs from Opportunities Exchange

We Care for Dane Kids: Increasing Opportunities for Families to Be Part of the Middle Class

Wisconsin Early Education Shared Services Network (WEESSN)


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