Connecting Communities: Who Will Mind the Children? The Impact of COVID-19 on the Child Care Market – Aug 6
Posted by Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis on August 4, 2020
Who Will Mind the Children? The Impact of COVID-19 on the Child Care Market
Join us to learn how public policy and non-government organizations can address child care challenges that existed before and are exaggerated during the COVID-19 pandemic. Child care plays a critical role in people’s ability to work, but many lower-income households do not have the economic resources to afford high-quality child care. On the provider side, already-low margins mean many providers may close due to pandemic-related cost increases and revenue reductions.
Speakers will discuss how a successful response to the pandemic will require strengthening the child care sector to address both the short-term economic threat and also provide for a more sustainable business model for child care operators. The program will highlight how bolstering the sector can advance progress on racial and economic equity through access to high-quality child care.
- Julia Barfield, Senior Manager of Policy and Programs, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation
- Eric Buchanan, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Buffett Early Childhood Fund
- Bevin Parker-Cerkez, Managing Director, Program Services & Senior Director, Early Childhood Education, Reinvestment Fund
- Ben Horowitz, Senior Project Manager, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
- Matuschka Lindo Briggs, Director of Communications and Strategic Support, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis (moderator)
Date and Time: Thursday, August 6, 2020, 3 PM
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