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COVID-19 parent survey: How the pandemic has impacted California parents' child care plans and preferences [Executive summary]

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The 2020, COVID-19 pandemic has invariably disrupted the lives of many families in California. This survey sought to understand how this disruption has impacted parents' child care arrangements, plans, and preferences. An online survey in English and Spanish was distributed to more than 12,000 parents, representing 55 of California's 58 counties. Responses showed that most families were currently using a child care center, family, friend, or neighbor (FFN), or family child care home (FCC), in that order. (author abstract)
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