Here’s How Colorado is Spending $42 Million in COVID Stimulus Money for Early Childhood

Chalkbeat Colorado | Ann Schimke

“If the crisis was over that would be one thing, but we are really looking forward to unknowns for the next several months,” said Susan Steele, president and CEO of Buell Foundation.

Colorado has received $42 million in federal relief funds for supporting the state’s early childhood system in the wake of COVID-19. Chalkbeat Colorado‘s Ann Schimke breaks down how the state plans to spend that money, including a $21 million investment in subsidizing child care for low-income families.

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