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A fragile ecosystem: The impact of COVID-19 on Kentucky's child care providers

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The Kentucky Child Care Provider Survey was conducted in partnership with United Way of Kentucky, Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence, Kentucky Youth Advocates, Child Care Advocates of Kentucky, Metro United Way, Learning Grove, and United Way of Greater Cincinnati. This workgroup is committed to the success of children, families, and child care providers. In partnership, we are pleased to present the findings of this survey of more than 1,500 child care providers across the Commonwealth of Kentucky. (author abstract)
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United States
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Kentucky

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