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2020 early childhood data narratives


New in this year’s data narratives is a summary of price and affordability of infant care as well as federal expenditures on infants and toddlers, including the number of children served by the Child Care and Development Fund and by Early Head Start. Not routinely reported in isolation from larger federal program totals, this data was calculated by The Hunt Institute using other publicly available data in collaboration and consultation with Louise Stoney of the Alliance for Early Childhood Finance. Updated from 2018, this year’s Early Childhood Data Narratives include data reflecting: Poverty and demographic risks; Birth outcomes; Developmental screening rates; Paid family leave status; Home visiting access; Affordability of child care; Access to prekindergarten and much more. (author abstract)

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