From Bad to Worse: COVID’s Toll on Parents and Teachers (Part 2)
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Gloria explores how the child care crisis is impacting the people living it every day by talking to a parent and teacher at Ellis Early Learning in Boston. In the second part of our 2-part premiere, she calls up some familiar faces from last season – Shane Dunn and Kiya Savannah. Shane, a parent at Ellis, tells Gloria about how his family has balanced child care and full-time work over the past year, and why he feels like the world is moving on without families with children under 5. Then, Kiya, a teacher and a parent at Ellis, tells Gloria about her life-changing promotion, how she manages raising her own daughter while taking care of so many other people’s kids, and why she’s still thinking about leaving the industry.

 

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