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Child care staffing challenges during the pandemic: Lessons from child care leaders in Louisiana

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This report takes a closer look at child care staffing issues in the wake of COVID using data from three large Louisiana parishes collected in the fall of 2020. In these communities, leaders of all child care sites that receive any public funding were invited to respond to the Study of Early Education in Louisiana leader survey. At least one leader in 110 child care sites responded, representing over 60% of publicly funded child care sites. The survey’s well-defined sample, detailed questions about staffing, and high response rate provide a unique opportunity to understand the multiple challenges leaders faced staffing their sites during COVID. (author abstract)

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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Louisiana

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