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Innovations for universal child care: Barriers and opportunities for an equitable and just early childhood system in the United States

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Using a solutions journalism approach, the Better Life Lab conducted interviews with providers, parents, innovators, advocates, and experts to better understand the innovation opportunities and successes within the child care field. A clear policy goal emerged across five main areas of innovation: offer child care as a public good, with strong federal investment to shore up a national child care system. (author abstract)

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