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Impacts of COVID-19 on the early care and education sector in California: Variations across program types


Based on a statewide survey of licensed care providers in California, this paper explores the impact of COVID-19 experienced by ECE providers, focusing on understanding the variations across different program settings. By comparing the differences in impacts between centers and family child care providers (FCCs) and among center-based programs, the study seeks to identify areas to prioritize resources and supports during the pandemic and also to provide insights into preexisting structural and systemic problems underlying the ECE sector. (author abstract)

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United States

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