States’ plans to use the CRRSA’s $10B in child care relief funds
In the table below, CLASP summarizes the planned uses of CRRSA funding by each state as described in 60 Day Reports newly released by the federal Office of Child Care. Our analysis finds that states are dividing their funds among a variety of initiatives: - 46 states plan to fund direct care services such as waiving parent co-pays, supporting school-age care, or increasing provider reimbursement rates. - 37 states plan to pay for virus mitigation such as provider trainings, revising standards to align with new health policies, cleaning supplies, and PPE. - 49 states plan to offer grants or assistance for providers to help support increased operating expenses. (author abstract)
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Child care & early education reconciliation proposal could reach 1 million+ children