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Struggling to recover: The impacts of COVID-19 on Southeast Louisiana families with young children: Southeast Louisiana survey findings from September 21 - October 6, 2020

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To learn more about how Louisiana families with children under the age of 5 have been impacted by, and managed during, the COVID-19 pandemic, the Louisiana Policy Institute for Children, in partnership with Agenda for Children, Louisiana Department of Education, New Orleans Campaign for Grade-Level Reading, Urban League of Louisiana, and Women United of Southeast Louisiana, conducted a survey of Louisiana parents and guardians in the fall of 2020. These initial results are for the southeast region of Louisiana, with statewide results to follow. (author abstract)
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