What Next: Solving the Child Care Crisis

Even before the pandemic child care was a long, simmering crisis. With the fall approaching and school reopenings in flux, many parents are asking themselves the same question: what am I going to do with my kid? America has solved a child care crisis before, the question is whether the country can muster up the energy (and money) to do so again.
Guest: Betsey Stevenson is a Professor of Public Policy and Economics at the University of Michigan.
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