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Many families in Alabama express a preference for home-based child care during the pandemic: Alabama families' experience with child care during the COVID-19 pandemic: Brief #2

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The Alabama Partnership for Children (APC) conducted an online survey of working families between May 18, 2020 and June 9, 2020 that received over 500 responses. You can find a report with full survey results at https://alabamapartnershipforchildren.org/parent-survey-results/. The results are pertinent to reopening child care programs safely, understanding the needs of families, and reconciling the competing needs of returning to work and providing child care. This is the second brief highlighting key findings from the survey. (author abstract)
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United States

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