1 in 5 Texas households with young kids struggle with child care, survey finds


Recently, the Prenatal-to-3 Policy Impact Center helped Texans Care for Children update their Texas School Readiness Dashboard. The data point to child care provider closures, high costs, a lack of options and safety concerns among the reasons families experienced child care disruptions between August and March. 

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