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Grants and contracts: A strategy for building the supply of subsidized infant and toddler child care

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This issue brief takes a closer look at how Georgia used grants and contracts to increase access to child care. While this program was recently defunded due to COVID-19-related budget cuts, Georgia’s experience can provide a useful guide for other states and cities exploring strategies to ensure that high-quality child care is available for all families. (author abstract)
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United States

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