To understand the depth of the challenges, how relief is helping, and what more is needed, NAEYC surveyed more than 7,500 respondents between June 17 and July 5, 2021, working across all states and settings. For access to the national analysis, and prior survey data and analyses from March, May, July, and December 2020, visit NAEYC.org/pandemic-surveys. State data and quotes from child care providers and parents from 46 states and the District of Columbia are shared on the following pages. (Not included are Nebraska, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, and Puerto Rico due to low numbers of responses). (author abstract)
State survey data: Child care at a time of progress and peril
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