As Closures Continue, Child Care Providers and Early Educators Struggle

New America Education Policy Blog | Aaron Loewenberg

“There is clearly a need for immediate and significant help from both states and the federal government in order to keep providers from closing permanently due to a lack of funds.”

Child care centers continue to be closed throughout the US as a result of the spreading coronavirus. Now state leadership and early childhood advocacy groups are seeking financial relief for these providers who may not be equipped to reopen after the crisis has passed. This blog post from New America explores nationwide efforts to prevent the permanent closure of child care facilities.

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