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A fragile ecosystem IV: Will Kentucky child care survive when the dollars run out?


Nearly three years into the pandemic, Kentucky’s child care sector remains on shaky ground, and the sector is bracing for more challenging times ahead. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, The Prichard Committee and a team of statewide partners released data capturing the pandemic’s impact on Kentucky’s child care sector in the survey series A Fragile Ecosystem: COVID-19’s Impact on Kentucky’s Child Care Sector. The survey series is now releasing its fourth edition with this publication, A Fragile Ecosystem IV: Will Kentucky Child Care Survive When The Dollars Run Out? (author abstract)

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