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North Carolina child care access to CARES business loan programs

On April 20, Child Care Services Association released an online survey to North Carolina child care programs about their experiences applying for CARES Act funds. Five-hundred twenty-six (526) child care programs (licensed centers and child care homes) responded to the survey, out of 4,568 child care programs across North Carolina who received the survey via email. (author abstract)
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United States
North Carolina

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