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The impact of COVID-19 on child care in Michigan: Cross-cutting results from primary and secondary data sources, 2021


The State of Michigan enacted policy changes designed to support families and providers during the COVID-19 pandemic—with a focus on child care access, quality, continuity, equity, and subsidy program retention. This brief summarizes the impacts of those policy changes instituted during 2020 (with some continuing into 2021). (author abstract)

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United States

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