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Staffed family child care networks can navigate a new world order

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A Shared Services framework offers opportunities to re-imagine what is possible and, in this time of deep crisis, consider responses that both address immediate needs and look to the future. Let's view the recent NWLCC recommendations through this lens and consider ways that a Staffed Family Child Care Network (SFCCN) could enable implementation of these ideas. (author abstract)
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