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A fragile ecosystem II: Kentucky parents respond to child care crisis following COVID-19

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From June 24th through July 14th we asked Kentucky parents and families to share their thoughts about child care and what’s next as Kentucky reopens the economy. Over 1,500 responded. Their responses will hopefully help child care providers, community leaders, and policy makers better understand child care needs and plan for a future that ensures a high-quality, sustainable child care ecosystem. (author abstract)
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Reports & Papers
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United States
State(s):
Kentucky

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