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thread conducts a second survey of child care needs during COVID-19

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Recognizing that more support may be needed, thread conducted a second survey of 260 licensed child care and after-school/school-age programs in November 2020, to assess current and future needs. The results show a system still in crisis, indicating a need for continued relief and stabilization efforts. (author abstract)

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Alaska

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