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Impact of COVID-19 on Colorado families

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Families already had trouble finding affordable child care before the pandemic. COVID-19 has only made things worse. Many child care providers have shut down or reduced enrollment, family members are out of work, and school operations are shifting every day. The situation has hit Black and Hispanic families the hardest. In the summer of 2020, Early Milestones and the Butler Institute surveyed over 11,000 Colorado families with children birth to age 12. This brief reports the findings. (author abstract)
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Reports & Papers
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United States
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Colorado

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