The market controls child care costs in the U.S. Can that be changed?

July 12, 2021

PBS NewsHour

During the pandemic, the federal government spent more than $50 billion to shore up the child care industry. But advocates say cost and access are still big hurdles. Over the past several months, special correspondent Cat Wise and producer Kate McMahon traveled across the country for the series “Raising the future: America’s child care dilemma.” They begin with how we got here and what’s at stake.

The first episode features CCAoA CEO Lynette M. Fraga, Ph.D.

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Written by CCAoA