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Supporting Georgia’s early care and learning system with CRRSA and ARP funding: Perspectives from stakeholders and families

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The Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning contracted with the Urban Institute in September 2021 to lead a study to learn more about DECAL’s stakeholders’ perspectives on what Georgia’s early care and learning system needs to strengthen its supports for children from birth through age 13 years. In addition to the information solicited from stakeholders across the state, DECAL wanted to bring the voices and perspectives of a wider range of voices into their consideration as they determined how to allocate their remaining CRRSA and ARP funds. Urban sought three types of voices to broaden the perspectives DECAL was hearing: people working in and operating early care and learning programs, families whose children need early care and learning services, and DECAL staff members delivering the services. (author abstract)

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United States
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Georgia

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