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A regional look at California child care at the brink: Understanding the impact of COVID-19

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This is a study of child care sites in California to determine fiscal, staffing, and administrative challenges, as well as the need for clearer regulatory guidance in response to the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020. Authors used the snowball method and a questionnaire to collect data from across the state. Findings are presented both statewide and regionally in the following regions: Northern California, the Bay Area, Central California, Los Angeles, and Southern California. These five regions make up the entire state of California.

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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
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California

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