Economic stimulus creates 108 Early Head Start spaces in King and Walla Walla counties
I write a lot about funding battles, both federal and state, and hopefully that money eventually goes somewhere and helps someone, though too often we don’t follow the money. It turns out last year’s economic stimulus package will allow 108 more kids to attend quality early learning this year in Washington State.
Thanks to the law, the federal government is sending $933,171 to this state to allow these kids to enroll in Children’s Home Society of Washington’s Early Head Start programs in King and Walla Walla counties this month. Plus, the money will create 14 new jobs…
Where’d the stimulus $ go? Here’s where it’s going in King County and Washington