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Support early childhood education programs for health and well-being of Georgia families

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The federal CARES Act provided $144,237,467 to assist ECE centers throughout Georgia to avoid closures, supply personal protective equipment (PPE) to open centers and create an accessible critical child care network for essential workers. This federal relief is insufficient; it is estimated Georgia needs an additional $2 billion in the upcoming federal relief package. Adequate ECE relief funding is an essential part of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent recovery efforts. (author abstract)
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