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The COVID-19 pandemic: Its impact on access and use of child care in North Dakota: Results from a family survey conducted in October 2020

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In an effort to better understand the impact that these disruptions have had on families, Child Care Aware of North Dakota, in partnership with and on behalf of the state of North Dakota, surveyed families from around the state over a two week period in October 2020. The following information reflects the voices of 2,446 parents and caregivers with children from birth through age 12 in North Dakota – from every county in the state. (author abstract)
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Reports & Papers
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United States
State(s):
North Dakota

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