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State approves $50 million for child care centers across NJ

The money will be used to upgrade facilities across the state.

Matt Trapani

May 15, 2023, 9:18 PM

Updated 405 days ago

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Child care centers across New Jersey will be getting $50 million from the state.
The money will be used to upgrade facilities across the state.
“The fact that this additional funding enhances a program specifically designed to help child care providers elevate their ability to care for New Jersey’s children both now and in the future is a win-win for our state,” first lady Tammy Murphy wrote in a statement. “Through Nurture NJ, we are committed to making the Garden State the national gold standard for infant and child health.
The money was approved by the New Jersey Economic Development Authority Board last week.


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