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Child Care in Rural Minnesota After 2020: A Unique Opportunity

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Description
Summarizes changes in child care in Minnesota from 2000-2020. Describes the COVID-19 pandemic's effect on child care and employment, and features discussion on how a lack of child care can affect parents' abilities to secure and maintain jobs. Includes data and statistics on changes in child care provider licenses and capacity. Offers recommendations for recovering from the pandemic and keeping child care intact in rural Minnesota.
Author(s)
Marnie Werner
Date
02/2021
Type
Document
Organization
Center for Rural Policy and Development
Tagged as
Access · Child care · Employment and unemployment · Infectious diseases · Statistics and data · Sustainability of programs · Minnesota