On July 15, 2020, the D.C. Policy Center’s article, D.C. Voices: Sustainability of D.C. child care facilities during the pandemic, was cited by The DC Line:
Amid concerns about the state of the child care sector now and in the future, the D.C. Policy Center’s Chelsea Coffin and Amanda Chu write that pandemic-related financial troubles could exacerbate an already constrained supply. Some 20% of previously operating facilities could end up shuttered. In the meantime, operators must navigate reduced capacity and new cleaning and safety protocols.
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Related: D.C. Voices: Sustainability of D.C. child care facilities during the pandemic | D.C. Policy Center