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Child care leaders' experiences with COVID-19: First findings from the Study of Early Education in Louisiana

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This report presents results from the Study of Early Education in Louisiana (SEE-LA) COVID-19 Leader Survey, which avoids this limitation by drawing on an established research-practice partnership, inviting all publicly-funded child care programs operating in two geographic areas (Jefferson and Rapides parishes in Louisiana) to participate, and achieving a substantially higher response rate than previous COVID-19 surveys. The survey was conducted in collaboration with the Louisiana Department of Education, the Jefferson Early Childhood Collaborative, and the Rapides Early Childhood Network. (author abstract)

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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Louisiana

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