Child Care is Infrastructure. Biden’s Relief Bill Understands That
By Bryce Covert
It might sound odd to call child care infrastructure. But to advocates, it’s the perfect way to think about it.
“Infrastructure is the thing that makes our country a place where families can thrive, people can go to work,” said Katherine Gallagher Robbins, director of child care and early education at the Center for Law and Social Policy. “Clean air, clean water, bridges and roads, all of the things we know that we need to provide.” Child care is in that group, too.
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