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Engaging Colorado’s FFN child care providers in early childhood systems


Colorado’s early childhood systems must provide stronger support for FFN providers during and beyond pandemic recovery. This work will require a better understanding of the effects of centuries of racial and cultural discrimination, as well as stronger engagement of the communities most impacted. This report summarizes key issues for FFN providers and recommendations to strengthen systems that promote positive, equitable outcomes for providers and the families they serve. (author abstract)

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United States

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