Road Safety Update


Nonprofit provides early head start education to Inglewood and Hawthorne families A local nonprofit is providing early head start education at no cost to some Inglewood and Hawthorne families. Nonprofit offers early head start education at no cost to some families INGLEWOOD, Calif. (KABC) -- One nonprofit is giving kids a head start. The Los Angeles Education Partnership (LAEP) is offering its Early recommended site Head Start Program to Inglewood and Hawthorne families. Maria Escamilla and her 3-year-old son Mateo have been utilizing the program for over a year now and she said it's really helped her son. "Now he's very friendly, he likes to be around people," Escamilla said. "He likes to do work, he likes to learn and that's been very helpful for him." LAEP is a 37-year old nonprofit that works with families from early education all the way through college and Early Head Start is one of a number of different programs offered. "The Early Head Start Program serves pregnant mothers, all the ways through children to three-years-old," said LAEP CEO Michele Broadnax. In the program, families are given their own personal teacher to track healthy development in the child and there's also pre and post-natal support for moms. "LAEP, comes into the home and really becomes part of the family. We create a bond with not just the mother but the child," said LAEP's Early Head Start educator Celia Fernandez. "I feel that once we create that bond, we create a positive impact and it brings out future leaders." Teachers assigned to families teach learning games, provide connections to health and social services, provide access to parenting workshops and more. The program is 100% free to Inglewood and Hawthorne families if they qualify. "We know that lots of families are experiencing hardships, some of them kind of moving temporarily out of hardship back into hardship," Broadnax said. "So we consider again the entire circumstance of a family if they apply." To accommodate the safety protocols during the pandemic, the program has shifted to a virtual model, but LAEP representatives said the program could shift back to in-person as early as August.

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Her husband received his first dose, too.  She and her husband have taken the virus seriously.  "I don't want COVID," she said. "Thankfully, I haven't experienced loss from it."  On Mother's Day, the family plans to go to Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse to celebrate a mom who never quits.  Hope is a good word for a Mother's Day T-shirt Some are optimistic that the economy is kicking back into gear and employers could offer more flexibility in the future to attract women and keep them in the workforce. "Fortunately, job openings are very high right now, providing opportunities for mothers who want to get back into the workforce," said Robert Dye, chief economist at Comerica Bank. "Businesses have learned to be flexible in terms of full article hours worked and in terms of location of work for many occupations," he said. "They will need to maintain this flexibility in order to fully staff up and bring many women back into the workforce."  Dye said the reemployment of women who either left the workforce voluntarily or involuntarily during the past year will be essential for achieving a healthy economy. "The last year has been especially tough on working mothers," Dye said. "I think it is fair to say that the events of the last year have been traumatic for women and families even if they and their families managed to escape serious illness."  But others caution that millions of workers remain on the sidelines after the pandemic. Employers in some industries may be flooded with applicants, as business resumes. "Employers have the ability to set the terms of the contract," said Elise Gould, senior economist for the Economic Policy Institute in Washington, D.C. "They're really holding all the cards. They have all the leverage," Gould said.  Gould noted that the country was still down 8.4 million jobs in March from its pre-pandemic level in February 2020. The economy had been steadily adding jobs before the virus left millions out of work, she said, so theoretically the jobs shortfall is even higher, perhaps as high as 11 million.   She remains hopeful that some game changers are ahead as part of President Joe Biden's American Jobs Plan and American Families Plan.  The jobs plan includes addressing ways to create jobs and raise wages for home care workers, the majority of whom are women of color, and the lack of access to affordable child care.  The plan also calls for an expanded tax credit to encourage businesses to build child care facilities where parents work. Employers would receive 50% of the first $1 million of construction costs for each on-site child care facility, according to the plan. The American Families Plan , among other things, would ensure a $15 an hour minimum wage for early childhood educators.  What will matter to women on the ground is having  better options, Gould said, and more true choices.  "What the pandemic did was reveal cracks in the system," Gould said.  Ultimately, she expects the labor participation rate for women in the workforce ultimately will see a significant bounce back if needs are addressed.  As more women found ways to juggle work, child care and virtual schooling, we are seeing some uptick in employment for women in 2021.  If you go back to spring 2020, some 3.5 million mothers living with school-age children left active work between March and April — either shifting into paid or unpaid leave, losing their job, or exiting the labor market altogether, according to a U.S. Census Bureau blog.  "By January 2021, more than 18.5 million mothers living with their own school-age children were actively working — still 1.6 million fewer than in January 2020," according to the census blog on "Moms, Work and the Pandemic" published in early March.  "Mothers were clearly disproportionately impacted by the pandemic," said Misty Heggeness, principal economist and senior adviser at the U.S. Census Bureau.  Some might be skeptical that moms have been hit harder than fathers. But she said U.S. Census Bureau data back up that theory. Mothers are more likely to work in service and other jobs heavily impacted by pandemic closures. And mothers carry a heavier load, on average, when it comes to taking care of the home, preparing food and caring for children.  All the extra duties during the pandemic disrupted the parents’ ability to actively work for pay. Longer term, women face financial setbacks as they drop out of the workforce, even for a year or two.