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Growing the demand for quality: Parents and early childhood educators talk about the financing of early learning

This webinar presents key findings from national surveys of parents and educators regarding the financing of early childhood education. The research was conducted by a bipartisan team. Topics include access to child care and early education, perceptions of quality, motivations behind program selection, and funding/advocacy for early learning.
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