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NYC’s child care affordability crisis: The unaffordable cost of care burdens families and impedes pandemic economic recovery in New York City

To better inform needed actions, this brief examines two economic dimensions of access to child care — child care cost burden and affordability. For both analyses, data on the cost of either center-based or home-based child care in New York City come from the 2019 New York State Child Care Market Rate Survey Report. (author abstract)
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