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Executive summary [Michigan child care subsidy policy changes 2021: Awareness gaps, support for increased access, and the implications of temporary policies]


In this year of the Michigan Child Care Policy Research Partnership, Public Policy Associates (PPA) worked with the Michigan Department of Education/Office of Great Start (MDE/OGS) and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) to study several policy changes for the Child Development and Care (CDC) assistance program. These changes responded to the COVID-19 pandemic and continuing challenges in access to quality child care within the state. The 2021 policy changes were financed through an influx of federal funding. Without this funding, these changes would not have been possible. (author abstract)

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