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Georgia's child care provider survey: Executive summary

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This is an account of results from a survey of Georgia child care providers to identify challenges faced as a result of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. Reported topics include: patterns of closing or remaining open in center-based and home-based settings, the immediate need for cashflow, changes to blended/braided funding streams, loss of income from families, and the needs of families as expressed to child care providers.
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