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Overdue: A new child care system that supports children, families & providers


This brief highlights data from the RAPID household surveys of over 15,556 caregivers between April 2020 and September 2022. Data represents parent perceptions of child care access and affordability and provider perceptions on staffing shortages and workforce well-being. These factors are discussed to illustrate the shortcomings of the child care system and areas that need improvement to support high-quality child care.

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