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Supporting high-quality early care and education from birth to 5: State strategies to strengthen infant-toddler care as public pre-k expands


ZERO TO THREE’s Policy Center often receives questions from state policymakers and advocates who have concerns about the potential unintended impacts of pre-kindergarten (pre-k) expansion on child care for infants and toddlers. This policy brief provides guidance for states on best practices in sustaining and expanding access to infant-toddler child care, in the context of pre-k expansion. (author abstract)

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