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Listening to Chinese, Filipino, and Latinx family child care providers during the pandemic: Implications for serving dual language learners and their families: Mandarin- and Cantonese-speaking family care providers


Nine Mandarin/Cantonese Family Child Care Providers (FCCHs) were recruited through the Family Child Care Association of San Francisco and the California Family Child Care Network. The majority of providers resided in California’s San Francisco Bay Area. All participants were interviewed via one-hour telephone or Zoom conversations between June and December 2021. Participants were interviewed in either Mandarin or Cantonese, and the conversations were translated into English by a professional translator for analysis in English. All were licensed family child providers, with six having small and three having large licensure. (author abstract)

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