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2019 child care supply demand report: Exploring the infant toddler gap


Many Kansas families, employers and early childhood professionals find the availability of high-quality child care slots in their community falls short of meeting their needs. This is especially true for families searching for infant or toddler care, care for a child with specials needs, or care during nontraditional hours. These families often find they have very limited options when selecting care that meets their needs; some families may have no choice at all. The 2019 Child Care Supply Demand Report-Exploring The Infant Toddler Gap builds on the two previous reports, 2017 Child Care Supply Demand Report-Child Care Availability in Kansas and 2018 Child Care Supply Demand Report-The Landscape of Child Care in Kansas, to continue to examine the shortfall of available child care openings. (author abstract)

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