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Child care in a pandemic: What we learned from emergency child care programs and how we can safely reopen our early education system [Executive summary]

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In June, the Day Care Council of New York (DCCNY) examined a sample of 13 ECCs to determine how they are operating during this pandemic. DCCNY interviewed a total of nine center-based providers and four family child care providers to determine current and best health, safety, and instructional practices in an emergency setting and to develop a set of recommendations based on the findings of the interviews. (author abstract)
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