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A system in jeopardy: California's early learning system and its dual language learners during the COVID-19 pandemic

Eight of 10 early learning programs serve DLLs, and the families of these children rely on these programs for child care and to help establish a foundation for their children's learning and development. To understand how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted these programs, the American Institutes for Research (AIR) and Early Edge California conducted a survey of a representative sample of licensed early learning and care programs (center-based programs and family child care homes [FCCHs]) in California between June 11 and July 16, 2020. Results of this survey confirm that the COVID-19 pandemic has substantially disrupted the early learning and care system, especially for DLLs. (author abstract)
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