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Delaware parent survey results

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More than 1,000 Delaware parents shared their thoughts on COVID-19, including appraisals of the just-concluded spring semester, as well as their concerns about returning to classrooms in the fall. Parents weighed in on topics ranging from childcare to health screenings to economic stress. - This non-scientific survey was distributed through email and social media between May 26 and June 22. Governor Carney's initial Declaration of a State of Emergency was March 12. - The survey aimed to gather information from parents so Rodel, the Delaware Readiness Teams, and our partners can better serve families during and after the crisis. (author abstract)
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Delaware

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