New study: center-based child care options for N.J. infants and toddlers in short supply

Posted on June 2, 2017

While finding child care is a challenge for many working parents, a new study reveals a deep shortage of options for New Jersey’s very young children. The report, No Room for Babies: Center-based Infant-Toddler Child Care in Short Supply by Advocates for Children of New Jersey (ACNJ), finds that less than a third of children under age 3 have access to child care to help them grow and develop.

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