To all the members of the ECE field, thank you for sharing your time and expertise to complete this quick January 2022 survey! We know how challenging your work is right now. We also know that your individual experiences are important, and your collective voices are helping to shape our nation's up-to-the-minute understanding of what's happening in child care and early learning across states and settings. To see results from past NAEYC surveys, you can visit: naeyc.org/pandemic-surveys.

This survey is a quick pulse check, and should take you less than 10 minutes to complete. Thank you for answering all the questions you can, to the best of your ability.

We see you, and are working hard for you. Thank you for all you do, each and every day. 

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* 1. What setting best describes your program?

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* 2. Do you consider your program to be faith-based? 

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* 4. Email Address

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* 5. Your Name (First and Last)

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* 6. When your program is fully enrolled, approximately how many FAMILIES do you serve?

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* 7. Is your program currently experiencing a staffing shortage, defined as at least one open role unfilled for more than one month?

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* 8. Please identify the impacts of your staffing shortage (check all that apply): 

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* 9. On this sliding scale, how would you rate what it's like in your program right now, with Omicron, as compared to other points in the pandemic?

This is the WORST it's been since March 2020. This is the BEST it's been since March 2020.
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* 10. Choose the sentence that best describes your program's access to COVID tests:

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* 11. Is there anything else you'd like policymakers to know about your program's access to COVID testing?

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* 12. Starting in September 2021, has your program received child care stabilization grant funds from your state and/or do you expect to receive them this month (January 2022)?

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