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Caregiver decision-making on young child schooling/care in the face of COVID-19: the influence of child, caregiver, and systemic factors

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Lauren B. Quetsch; Carrie B. Jackson; Harlee Onovbiona (et al.)

Published: March 2022   Journal: Children and Youth Services Review
In March 2020, U.S. schools and daycares largely shut down to manage the novel COVID-19 pandemic. As the country made efforts to reopen the economy, American parents faced difficult decisions regarding returning to work and securing schooling and care for their young children. During the summer and fall of 2020, caregivers (N = 1655) of children (N = 2408; ages 0 – 12 years) completed questionnaires assessing their decision-making process regarding their children’s daycare or schooling situation. A mixed method approach (i.e., qualitative, quantitative assessments) was utilized.
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