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Oregon’s childcare crisis


In October 2022, the Sarah Cohen-Doherty Center for Children at the Oregon Values and Beliefs Center, in partnership with Children's Institute, conducted a statewide survey of Oregonians' values about child care in Oregon. The online survey consisted of 1,926 Oregon residents ages 18 and older and the sample is representative of the population, including racially and geographically diverse residents across Oregon. (author abstract)

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