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State data: Child care providers are sacrificing to stay open and waiting for relief

The coronavirus pandemic continues to devastate child care programs, affecting children, families, and economies across the country. To understand the depth of the ongoing crisis and the extreme measures child care providers have taken to stay open as long as they can, NAEYC surveyed thousands of programs across states and settings between November 13 and 29, 2020. (author abstract)
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