Dwindling Childcare Options Take Center Stage as States Begin Reopening

21.5 million American workers have a child under the age of 6, and daycare options have dwindled thanks to pandemic-induced shutdowns and a major lack of support for getting them up and running again. Cindy Lehnhoff, Director of the National Child Care Association and a Policy Advisor to National Early Childhood Accreditation, joined Cheddar to discuss.
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