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Pathways LA, a non-profit providing resources to families with young children, held its third annual Back-to-school Distribution on July 31 in Koreatown. The event was for children ages 3-12 who are enrolled in Pathways LA’s Family Engagement program, which partners with parents and caregivers to promote healthy relationships and child development.


PASADENA NOW | July 27, 2021

With the agreement of California’s new budget, families and child care providers can breathe a sigh of relief. READ MORE



As part of the White House’s Child Tax Credit Awareness Day of Action, U.S. Rep. Jimmy Gomez (D-Los Angeles) recently convened local elected officials, working families, child care providers and city leaders to announce expanded, monthly child tax credit payments approved in the American Rescue Plan.


PASADENA NOW | May 24, 2021

Pathways LA, which provides a range of resources to support a continuum of care for young disadvantaged children, has named Pasadena resident Tamika Farr its chief executive officer. 


Los Angeles Times | February 23, 2021

When public schools closed last March, Tanya García watched attendance at her busy Hollywood day care plunge. Some days, only one toddler came. But in recent months, Angelica’s Daycare has been busier than ever — particularly among school-aged students.


Los Angeles Times | December 1, 2020

After months of delays and pandemic upheaval, California officials on Tuesday released the long-awaited Master Plan for Early Learning and Care, a 113-page blueprint to remodel the state’s Byzantine child-care system and dramatically expand public preschool.

Los Angeles Times | April 25, 2020

Irma Juárez peeled back her sunshine-colored curtains one drizzly recent morning to count cars at the 24-hour self-service laundry across the street from her Pico-Union apartment. READ MORE 


Los Angeles Times | April 24, 2020

With the economy continuing to crater, there is intense pressure to begin to open California businesses. READ MORE


Los Angeles Times | March 26, 2020

California’s early childhood care system has long been held together by women such as Tanya García, whose Hollywood duplex is home to two licensed day-care operations serving as many as 28 youngsters — among them the children of healthcare workers and public school teachers.

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