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Who is providing for child care providers?


U.S. families have long faced challenges finding safe, reliable, and affordable child care. But the weight of this challenge has increased dramatically for families since the beginning of the pandemic. Relying on data from our RAPID‑EC family and child care provider surveys, this fact sheet documents the importance of ensuring adequate child care access for households with young children. (author abstract)

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United States

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