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Making childcare work: Results from a survey on childcare arrangements and challenges in Boston

The City of Boston launched the Language, Disability, and Childcare survey in February 2019, which was distributed to all Boston residents via direct mail, with an online version also available in multiple languages. Over 29,000 people responded to the survey. Our findings are based on the 2,616 respondents who answered a childcare question and had a child between the ages of zero and five. The American Community Survey estimates that there are roughly 28,000 families in Boston with children 0-5, making the Childcare Survey response rate approximately 9%. (author abstract)
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