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Assessing uninsured rates in early care and education workers

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Our objective in this Data Point is to analyze health insurance coverage rates among early care and education (ECE) workers (those serving young children birth to age five) compared to the general population and other educators (elementary school teachers, high school teachers, and post-secondary school instructors and professors), and to assess geographic patterns in coverage rates for preschool and kindergarten teachers. (author abstract)

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United States

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