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What we know about infant and toddler care in New Jersey

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In this “snapshot” we highlight some key facts and questions relating to infant toddler care in New Jersey based on several of the ITC’s initial projects. For example, New Jersey’s child care subsidy program serves just a small fraction of eligible families with infants and toddlers even though it appears many more cannot afford high quality care. This raises questions about families’ perceptions of their needs for quality care and the state subsidy program. Also, the pandemic has disrupted work and child care, raising costs and dramatically reducing the numbers of infants and toddlers in licensed center-based care. To what extent are these long term changes? (author abstract)
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