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Early care and education workforce stress and needs in a restrictive, anti-immigrant climate [Executive summary]

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This is a summary of an early care and education workforce survey that investigated workforce stressors in the anti-immigration climate. Physical and mental health stressors are highlighted along with policy recommendations that could support and improve ECE workforce well-being.

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