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By Jane Doe

Our children may be returning back to school, but we're not going back to normal. This year in Illinois, families and educators are teaming up to collect our #RightToCare. We demand early childhood care families can afford, access and trust and fair pay to educators that dedicate their lives to our children. Our children may be returning back to school, but we're not going back to normal. This year in Illinois, families and educators are teaming up to collect our #RightToCare. We demand early childhood care families can afford, access and trust and fair pay to educators that dedicate their lives to our children. Our children may be returning back to school, but we're not going back to normal. This year in Illinois, families and educators are teaming up to collect our #RightToCare. We demand early childhood care families can afford, access and trust and fair pay to educators that dedicate their lives to our children. Our children may be returning back to school, but we're not going back to normal. This year in Illinois, families and educators are teaming up to collect our #RightToCare. We demand early childhood care families can afford, access and trust and fair pay.

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By Jacqueline Montoya

The most rewarding part about being a provider is being able to provide affordable and caring child care for needy families. To be able to see families thriving at a new job and their children thriving at our center is very rewarding. Some of the biggest challenges is when families who need child care do not qualify based on their income or because one parent does not have a job yet but they need childcare to find a job. The poverty guidelines to qualify for our free head start program can also provide a challenge when families were getting unemployment during the pandemic and would not qualify for head start program when they are barely getting by.

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