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Checking in: How Georgia's families are navigating child care and employment impacts in the era of COVID-19

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In July 2021, GEEARS: Georgia Early Education Alliance for Ready Students commissioned a statewide survey of 400 Georgia parents with children ages 0-4 that focused on a range of topics including childcare arrangements and satisfaction levels, general attitudes toward, perceptions of, and preferences for child care, and financial and employment impacts in relation to child care during these unprecedented times. (author abstract)

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United States
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Georgia

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