Skip to content

Child Care Legislative Resources

Child Care Policy Websites

*The information listed on this site is compiled from a variety of sources and the reader should confirm content and accuracy.

  • This searchable database tracks related early care and education legislation from the 2008 session. Issues include child care and child care financing, early childhood services, prekindergarten, professional development, home visiting, infants and toddlers, and financing early education. Search legislation by state, topic, status, primary sponsor, bill number, or keyword.

  • NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children) Public Policy Website

  • Children's Defense Fund
  • Child Development Policy Institute

State Legislation

*The information listed on this site is compiled from a variety of sources and the reader should confirm content and accuracy.

  • This web site provides you with current updates on Senate Bills and Assembly Bills.

  • This will alow you to see your Assembly members. As a bonus, you will also see a map of your district showing your location and the members' district offices.

  • This web site allows you to view and search for Senate members, bill updates, communications, and press releases.

  • The Governor's website includes biographies, newsroom, policy/issues, webcasts, videos, blogs, interactive video forum, email alerts, and more.

  • This web site allows you to view current state budgets.

  • This web site allows you to view detailed examination of the budget bills based on the Governor's budget.

  • This web site provides information on California and federal legislation affecting young children.

Federal Legislation

*The information listed on this site is compiled from a variety of sources and the reader should confirm content and accuracy.

  • This web site allows you to access government information products.

  • The Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP), a national nonprofit organization founded in 1968, conducts research, policy analysis, technical assistance, and advocacy on issues related to economic security for low-income families with children.

  • By employing systematic and adequately funded public education campaigns, the Every Child Matters Education Fund provides opportunities for focusing public attention on important children's issues including the prevention of child abuse and neglect, improving the health of low-income children, and finding solutions in child care, early childhood education, after-school programs, and responsible decisions on federal budget and tax issues.

  • The web site allows you to view current house communications, house directory, member offices, committee offices, and other organizations.

  • Providing citizens with easy access to government information. The Your Government section provides users with sources for information on all branches and agencies of the federal government.

  • This web site allows you to view committee hearing, legislative activities, and to search for your local Senator.

Sign up to receive our e-mail newsletter and news alerts from 4C Council