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Listening to New York City’s early childhood educators: Towards a more equitable post-pandemic ECE system

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This is a study of the well-being and stressors of New York City’s early childhood education employees during the COVID-19 pandemic. Surveys were conducted in 2020-2021 to see how early childhood education workers coped during the pandemic and what lessons can be learned to inform post-pandemic decisions in the city’s early education system. 

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United States
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New York

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