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Building supply, enhancing quality, and advancing equity: The Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership series: Spotlight on EHS-CCP grantees during the pandemic


In this report, the Children’s Equity Project, in partnership with the Bipartisan Policy Center and Start Early, revisit five EHS-CCP grantees from the 2019 brief and highlight five additional grantees to explore challenges and successes, specifically during the pandemic. This report showcases highlights of partnership funding in several communities, draws lessons learned, and makes recommendations for expanding EHS-CCP. We focus our attention on the role the EHS-CCP program had on three major dimensions of need in the early care and learning system: pandemic response and recovery for child care system stabilization, workforce retention, and expanded access to comprehensive supports and services. (author abstract)

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