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Special report: The COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on preschool

The 2019-2020 State of Preschool survey included a supplement to collect information about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected state-funded preschool beyond 2019-2020 into the 2020-2021 school year. The pandemic impacted policies, practices, and parent willingness to have their children in preschool since last spring in ways that have implications for the future. For example, fewer children enrolled in state-funded preschool, many children received only remote preschool, and regulations were both tightened and relaxed to deal with the pandemic. The consequences for young children and the programs that serve them are still being assessed, but the first step is simply to review data on what has happened. (author abstract)
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