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A state-by-state look: How child care programs are holding on until help comes

The lack of sufficient public investment for child care in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic has forced families, educators, and programs into a series of impossible choices. To help policymakers and the public understand the challenges the field is facing, NAEYC has surveyed tens of thousands of programs across states and settings in March, April, May, and June, and has created the reports outlined below. Together, they paint a clear picture: If substantial, targeted, emergency support doesn’t come—and soon—in order to save child care, there will be little left of child care to save. (author abstract)
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