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Child care in a pandemic: What we learned from emergency child care programs and how we can safely reopen our early education system

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This report describes and examines the current operations of a sample of ECCs located in community-based organizations and FCC programs. Cleaning practices, drop-off and pick-up policies, masks, playtime, and food are all discussed in the context of preventing the spread of COVID-19. This report synthesizes 13 interviews into set of key findings and recommendations to be considered in the discussion of reopening New York City's early education system. (author abstract)
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
New York

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