The San Diego Foundation released today two reports that demonstrate the continued challenges local working parents face in obtaining quality, affordable childcare in the region.
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The San Diego Foundation announced today $300,000 in grant funding is available to local nonprofit organizations to support projects and programs providing mental, behavioral and related support services to children of all ages and their families.
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The San Diego Foundation and the Dr. Seuss Foundation announced today a partnership to offer $1 million in grants to nonprofits supporting young children, ages 0 – 5, and their families in San Diego County.
Access to a racially and culturally diverse teachers is beneficial for all students, particularly for students of color, who often thrive in classrooms led by teachers that share their race and culture.