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ABCs of federal early learning and care funding streams

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Every year, millions of children from low-income families who range in age from birth through age five, benefit from the array of federal early learning and care programs. While programs may occur in different settings and have different requirements, together they form an effective mixed-delivery system that supports the care, education, and healthy development of children living in poverty, prioritizing parental choice and children's individual needs. Note: The data and information in this resource do not include COVID-19 relief funding. (author abstract)
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