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Forgotten frontline workers: A snapshot of family child care & COVID-19 in New York

As we looked more closely at the survey data it became clear that FCC providers’ experiences were a little different from other early childhood educators’, experiences which we clustered into four themes: Forgotten Frontline Workers, Committed, Resilient, and Getting Organized. While the findings we report cannot be used to draw conclusions about all FCC providers in New York because they are not based upon a representative sample, these findings do have relevance to conversations about better recognizing and supporting the FCC providers who have truly been forgotten front line workers during this pandemic. (author abstract)
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United States
New York

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