Characteristics of center-based applicants and non-applicants: Results from a 2020 study of the Peacetime Emergency Child Care Grant Program
The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed child care services in Minnesota and across the nation. To help providers withstand the financial burden caused by the pandemic, Minnesota created the Peacetime Emergency Child Care Grant program (PECC) and distributed the first round of funds in April through June 2020. More information about eligibility requirements and a summary of the applicants and awards by round can be found at https://www.childcareawaremn.org/providers/emergency-child-caregrants/. This fact sheet presents initial findings on characteristics of center-based applicants and center-based non-applicants to the Peacetime Emergency Child Care Grant. (author abstract)
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