Governor Whitmer Announces Proposal To Invest In Affordable, High-Quality Child Care For Michigan FamiliesFrom an education center in Troy Monday, Governor Whitmer announced a proposal that would invest $1.4 billion in federal child care funding. She says the funding will make child care more affordable and expands access to high-quality child care statewide.
Governor Whitmer Announces $130M Investment To Make Child Care Affordable, Accessible For FamiliesGovernor Gretchen Whitmer announced Wednesday a $130 million investment to make child care more affordable and accessible for Michigan families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Report: U.S. Renters Spend Almost As Much On Child Care As They Spend On RentMore than a third of renters have kids at home, and may find themselves balancing the rising costs of raising a family with the rising costs of renting a home or apartment.
Study: Spanking Kids Leads To Long-Term Mental Health ProblemsIt's an age-old debate -- should parents spank their children if they misbehave?
Best Local Gyms That Provide Child Care In DetroitSummer bodies are made in winter, but competitive racing attitudes are perfected in spring. No matter what age, person or set of responsibilities someone has, everyone should have the ability to go to the gym if they choose.
How To Add Romance While Also Traveling With KidsConsider these five tips on how to add romance while traveling with kids.
Report: Michigan's Child Care System Is Grossly UnderfundedMichigan is not doing a good enough job when it comes to child care for low-income working parents, according to a nonprofit group.
Report: Investment In Children Means A Better MichiganThe report found that infants in 15 Michigan’s cities were more than twice as likely to be born to women without a high school diploma or GED.
Study: Race Plays A Role In Use Of Car Seats For ChildrenA new University of Michigan study takes a look at what role race plays in using car seats.
Back To Work: Preparing Family For Your Return To The OfficeEase your family's transition into a new routine when you go back to work
Research Shows Diaper Shortage Can Lead To Child AbuseWWJ's Sean Lee looks at new research on the hidden costs of not having the basics to care for a baby.
Child-Care Workers Lose Union LawsuitA judge has dismissed a lawsuit aimed at recovering millions of dollars in union dues paid by Michigan child-care providers who work at home.