If your kids haven’t made it out of the womb, you may be wondering what to do.
If you’re thinking of having a baby on a farm, or are wondering what you can do to help, this article may help.
In fact, the Department of Agriculture is advising parents to check their state’s educational entrance laws.
That’s because, in order to enroll in an online childcare program, they must be registered as an educational institution in the state.
If they don’t meet the registration requirement, they can’t get their kids enrolled in an education program in the first place.
“A few states are beginning to crack down on educational institutions that don’t register,” a spokesperson for the department told Motherboard.
“It’s very important that parents know their state is looking into how to best address this issue.”
While the department recommends parents enroll their kids in the program online, it also advises parents to reach out to their state education department to find ways to get their children enrolled in the programs online.
The department is also recommending parents contact their state office of child welfare to find a way to schedule an appointment with a child welfare officer.