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In 33 US states it costs more to send your kid to childcare than college

In America today, 65% of children under age 6 have two working parents — more than double the number since 1970. For families across the country, childcare is a necessity — and financial burden — like never before. The Care Index, a new report from think tank New America,, and others, details the three "pillars" of childcare — cost, quality, and availability— and the variances across state lines.
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