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Families with children no longer have an expanded child tax credit to help pay for the cost of care.
The American Families Plan would invest $200 billion into public pre-k.
The American Rescue Plan temporarily increased the child tax credit per child and expanded eligibility for lower income families.
As concerns about the spread of COVID-19 continue, administrators are deciding whether to start instruction for the new school year online, in person or a hybrid of both.
As of 2018, 46% of children aged three to four were not enrolled in any pre-primary program, including preschool and kindergarten.
Government-sponsored child care is getting more national attention because of Democrats on the 2020 campaign trail. How does the government support child care?