Will early learning, after-school shift toward home-based care?
By Linda Jacobson
Home-based providers receiving subsidies to serve children up to age 12 from low-income families already receive less than center-based programs, which can impact their ability to make improvements such as purchasing supplies and educational materials.
The costs associated with providing care during the pandemic have also increased for in-home providers by 19%, according to recent research by the National Women’s Law Center and the Center for Law and Social Policy.
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