Day Care Crisis in Minnesota is a Statewide Problem

If you are a parent in Minnesota, and you are looking for child care that is affordable, you may be noticing that it is harder and harder to find!  Over 3000 home day cares have closed in the last 7 years leaving less than 8000 in the state.  Along with this many are no longer taking infants because of increased licensing regulations and burdens.

If you are a parent that is looking for child care options, an au pair might be the solution.  For an average cost of $390/week per family it is becoming more and more affordable in the MN child care culture!

 

https://www.sctimes.com/story/news/local/2018/04/13/minnesota-tackle-child-care-shortage-crisis-no-silver-bullet/494580002/

 

Minnesota’s day-care providers are quitting in droves. Here’s why.

Wednesday, 12 September 2018 2:07 PM

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