About Carol Burnett

Executive Director
Mississippi Low Income Child Care Initiative

Carol Burnett is the Executive Director of the Mississippi Low Income Child Care Initiative, a statewide organization of parents, providers and community leaders working together to improve the quality of child care for all of Mississippi’s low-income children.

Rethinking Workforce Training for Low-Income Moms

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August 11, 2017

Editor’s note: This post was written by Carol Burnett, the founder and executive director of the Mississippi Low-Income Child Care Initiative, a nonprofit that has been a champion for affordable child care for low-income working parents since 1998. This post was originally published on the National Women’s Law Center blog on August 8.  Single moms Read More »

Categories: Early Childhood Education, Job Training and Education

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Child Care Centers and the Quality Improvement Catch-22

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October 23, 2014

This post was originally published on the Half in Ten Education Fund’s TalkPoverty blog on October 22. Quality, affordable child care is not only right and necessary to prepare children to learn; it’s also needed if low-income working parents are to have a shot at working their way out of poverty. Our nation’s funding source that Read More »

Categories: Early Childhood Education

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