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Summary of parent survey results: Child care guidance for COVID-19

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Following the evolving pandemic and as Oregon reopens, ELD gathered input through a survey for parents and caregivers. This short survey included a series of questions on the health and safety precautions in child care needed to help families feel comfortable during COVID-19. Of the 3598 total respondents, 3,060 of the respondents are parents and other family members who have a child in need of child care. The responses of those 3,060 are summarized below. (author abstract)
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Oregon

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