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New York early care and education survey: Understanding the impact of COVID-19 on New York early childhood system: Executive summary

To understand the impact of COVID-19 on New York's early childhood workforce, the New York Early Childhood Professional Development Institute and Bank Street College of Education partnered to administer a survey members of the Aspire Registry. The survey strives to capture the perspectives of early childhood program leaders, teachers, and family child care providers to inform policy and practice as we identify solutions that will help us to navigate this ongoing crisis. The survey was open from May 5 to May 12, just as policies and programming decisions had stabilized for much of the ECE system in New York State. The Executive Summary is structured in five parts: (1) descriptive data pertaining to our survey participants; (2) current program and employment status; (3) remote instruction approaches, (4) personal well-being; and (5) a discussion of the findings and questions to inform ongoing discussion with stakeholders from across the field. (author abstract)
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