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ASSEMBLYMEMBER DR. JOAQUIN ARAMBULA, 31ST DISTRICT AB 258 –Fresno County Child Care Subsidy Pilot Program Summary AB 258 would authorize Fresno County to develop and implement an individualized county child care subsidy plan. The authorization would sunset January 1st, 2025.
Background In 2003, AB 1326 (Simitian) authorized San Mateo County to develop and implement an individualized county child care subsidy plan to respond to challenges that the state child care subsidy system (with its single statewide income eligibility criteria, reimbursement and fund restrictions) presents to children, working families and providers in a county where the cost of living is well beyond the state median. The plan was designed by the diverse members of the local child care planning council and subsequently approved by the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors and the San Mateo County Superintendent of Schools in 2004. The California Department of Education approved the plan for implementation on October 1, 2004. In 2005, SB 701 (Migden) authorized the City and County of San Francisco to develop and implement its own individualized county child care subsidy plan, modeled on San Mateo County’s pilot project. San Francisco’s plan was developed and approved for implementation on September 8, 2005. Due to the success of the plans, the Legislature made the San Mateo and San Francisco county pilots permanent last year. In 2014, AB 833 (Bonta) authorized the Alameda County to develop its own individualized county child care subsidy plan, which would sunset January 1, 2021. Also, last year AB 2368 (Gordon) authorized Santa Clara County to develop and implement an individualized county child care subsidy plan. The authorization will sunset January 1, 2022.
Without taking funds from other counties, or increasing state costs, these pilot projects permitted waivers of specific state rules: 1) family eligibility criteria, 2) family fees, 3) reimbursement rates, and 4) methods of maximizing the efficient use of subsidy funds. Fresno County serves approximately 13,922 children in state subsidized child care programs. Unfortunately, existing law does not reflect the fiscal reality of living in Fresno County which results in reduced access to quality child care. Due to the minimum wage increase and that provider reimbursement rates are insufficient to cover the cost, allocated child care subsidy funds are not fully utilized or expended. In fact, according to Fresno County’s Local Early Education Planning Council, approximately $9.6 million under the Title 5 state subsidized child care contracts has been returned to the state for fiscal year 2014-15. This roughly translates to 1,300 children who could have been served in the county.
This bill AB 258 would authorize Fresno County to develop and implement an individualized county child care subsidy plan until January 1, 2025. This bill is modeled on AB 833(2015) as well as other prior pilots. This bill would require the child care subsidy plan to be submitted to the local planning council and the Fresno County Board of Supervisors for approval. This bill would also require the Early Education and Support Division of the State Department of Education to review and approve or disapprove the plan and any subsequent modifications to the plan. In addition, AB 258 would require Fresno County to annually prepare and submit to the Legislature, the State Department of Social Services, and the State Department of Education a report that contains specified information relating to the success of the county’s plan. Like similar pilot projects before, AB 258 would give Fresno County limited local flexibility to maximize
Fact Sheet for AB 258 (Arambula)
ASSEMBLYMEMBER DR. JOAQUIN ARAMBULA, 31ST DISTRICT allocated funding and efficiently use child care subsidy funds in order to meet local conditions. Further, AB 258 would allow child care providers to better meet the needs of children and working families, improve access to state subsidized child care programs, and strengthen the fragile child care and development infrastructure without requiring additional state funding. This bill does not change the total amount of funds allocated to Fresno County for subsidized child care.
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Related Legislation AB 833 (Bonta) Assembly bill No 833 Chapter 563, Statutes of 2015. AB 260 (Gordon) Assembly Bill No 260 Chapter 731, Statutes of 2013. AB 86 (Committee on Budget) Chapter 48, Statutes of 2013. AB 1326 (Simitian) Assembly Bill No 1326 Chapter 691, Statutes of 2003. SB 701 (Migden), Senate Bill No 701 Chapter 725, Statutes of 2005.
For More Information Call Genesis Tang, Legislative Aide (916) 319-2031 [email protected] Lupe Jaime, Director, Early Care & Education Fresno County Office of Education 559 497-3846 [email protected]