Georgia’s Looming Child Care Crisis: A post-COVID economic comeback depends on child care.

Georgia’s Looming Child Care Crisis: A post-COVID economic comeback depends on child care.

Atlanta’s business community can’t get back to work without schools, summer camps and child care for working parents. Join Nana Grants and Cobb Collaborative on June 8th for a discussion of what a post COVID-19 economic comeback might look like for employers, parents, and child care providers. The panel of experts includes Mindy Koplon Binderman, Executive Director of GEEARS; Pam Tatum, President & CEO of Quality Care for Children; Jennifer Lee, Senior Higher Education Policy Analyst Georgia Budget and Policy Institute; and Brett Copeland Assistant Director of Child Care at Central Georgia Technical College.

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