Optimizing Distribution of American Rescue Plan Funds To Stabilize Child Care

The Center for American Progress has released an article that breaks down how ARP funds (American Rescue Plan) should be used across states in order to best serve the early care and education communities that need it due to pandemic burdens. Here’s an excerpt:

The American Rescue Plan Act includes multiple funding streams to support the child care industry, including $15 billion for the Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG) and $24 billion for a COVID-19 child care relief and stabilization fund, which provides states with resources to offer immediate grants to child care providers struggling to stay open.

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Published by MK Falgout on May 17, 2021

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