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Equity in child care is everyone’s business [Executive summary]

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This summary describes the early childhood workforce challenges and racial biases identified during interviews of child care providers and leaders of local and state chambers of commerce. An infographic depicts five recommendations of how state and local chambers can support the workforce, especially female providers of color.

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