Texas Workforce Commission will spend $106.4 million to address higher cost of child care amid pandemic
The Texas Workforce Commission will spend $106.4 million on child care costs related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The money will help keep child care centers open — and parents at work.
Mariano Gutierrez, the executive director of the Mid Valley Early Childhood Education Center in Weslaco, said support from the state allows employees to provide a safe and healthy environment for kids.
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