In Their Own Words – How Co-Location Strategies Support High-Quality Child Care and Strong Communities

Earlier this year, LIIF released a white paper, Building Better for Families: Policy Strategies for the Co-Location of Early Care and Education Facilities and Affordable Housing, that explored the benefits and challenges of co-locating early care and education (ECE) facilities with affordable housing and highlighted potential policy solutions to support these projects. To expand on this work, LIIF is publishing a series of blogs that feature interviews with ECE providers who operate child care programs in co-located spaces.

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