Last year, the cost of center-based infant care exceeded one-year’s tuition and fees at a four-year public college in 28 states and the District of Columbia with the average cost of care exceeding 27 percent of the median household income for single working parents.  

Counties can help build the case for investing in early childhood programs

LEAD Coalition: House E&C Letter in Support of the BOLD Infrastructure Act -

Photos from Washington, D.C. and counties across the country.

This Week in Photos: Dec. 30, 2018 – Jan. 5, 2019

2019 NACo Legislative Priorities

When we achieve equity for infants and toddlers, we can expect that resources, opportunities, rewards and burdens are fairly distributed across groups and communities so that those with the greatest challenges are adequately supported and not further disadvantaged.[i] Even before birth, infants and toddlers are affected by social factors associa

Advancing Equitable Early Childhood Systems in Local Communities

County Classifieds

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From the Director

26 March 2019
Another session of the WV Legislature has been completed, and WVACo found success this year in passi...
05 October 2018
We just held our 2018 Fall Board Meeting of WVACo at the Blennerhassett Hotel in Parkersburg - Wood ...
05 October 2018
Wow! Our new website! Welcome. What do you think?  Check it out: the counties' page that gives ...