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Understanding the impact of the Peacetime Emergency Grants

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This resource is a compendium of 11 fact sheets prepared by the research team to summarize findings from the PECC Survey. The fact sheets highlight findings about providers’ experiences receiving or not receiving the grants, as well as their experiences related to several COVID-19 challenges. As Minnesota and other states continue developing supports for child care providers in the wake of the pandemic, this information can promote an understanding of how grant strategies may impact providers in different ways, depending on their characteristics. This compendium is divided into three sections: (1) financial impact, (2) child care provider practices, and (3) PECC Grant applicants and non-applicants. Each section provides a summary of key findings as well as the full fact sheets. (author abstract)

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Reports & Papers
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United States
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Minnesota

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