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Child care disruption due to COVID-19 is disproportionately affecting lower-income families in Alabama: Alabama families' experience with child care during the COVID-19 pandemic: Brief #1

The Alabama Partnership for Children (APC) conducted an online survey of working families between May 18, 2020 and June 9, 2020, and received over 500 responses. A report with full survey results can be found at: The results are pertinent to reopening child care programs safely, understanding the needs of families, and reconciling the competing needs of returning to work and providing child care. Sample: This brief uses survey responses from the 434 families who report having at least one child under six years of age and who used some form of non-parental child care prior to the pandemic. (author abstract)
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