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The effects of COVID-19 on Michigan child development and care program usage: Family experiences compared with program data


The report, The Effects of Covid-19 on Michigan Child Development and Care Program Usage, examines two forms of data to understand the CDC usage: program records and parent interviews. Combined, these sources helped to tell a more complete story of how child care assistance or subsidy use changed during this period. This was particularly important given the program policy change that allowed providers to bill the State based on child enrollment rather than attendance, as had been the pre-pandemic norm. The program data could tell one part of the story. How it impacted families was another key aspect to explore. (author abstract)

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