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Impact of COVID-19 on Colorado's early childhood educators

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In July 2020, Early Milestones Colorado collected survey responses from 5,942 of the state's early childhood educators. Unsurprisingly, the data revealed furloughs, lay-offs, and uncertainty about the future of their career. Ongoing concerns about health, well-being, and shortages in child care options for their own families are big factors facing educators right now. (author abstract)
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Reports & Papers
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United States
State(s):
Colorado

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