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Supporting working families and increasing access to high-quality child care: Voices from the field: Executive summary

From September through November 2019, the White House Office of Economic Initiatives partnered with ACF to convene a series of half-day Roundtables in ten locations across the country. Parents, child care providers, employers, state and local officials, and innovators discussed barriers to—and practical solutions for—improving access to child care. Over 900 participants attended the 10 nationwide Roundtables – including 214 parents; 169 child care providers; 96 employers; 203 state, territory, local, and tribal government officials; 115 child care workforce development professionals; 57 philanthropic organizations; and 75 additional individuals. (author abstract)
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