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Make or break moment: Child care providers weigh in on survival + offer bold vision for future

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This report examines the state of child care in Central Ohio, based on a survey conducted September – October 2020 of providers from both child care centers and family child care homes. In particular, it focused on the impact of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and solicited suggestions for necessary actions and interventions.
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United States
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Ohio

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