Annual Parent Poll Survey Available

BOGALUSA, La. – The Louisiana Department of Education and the Louisiana Policy Institute for Children have teamed up again to conduct the annual Parent Poll survey. This year’s survey is now open and available in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese. 

The poll results will inform policymakers about families’ needs when it comes to childcare. It allows parents to share their experiences and opinions about childcare in Louisiana and covers various topics, including access to affordable childcare, quality of care, and availability of resources. 

Policymakers will use the information gathered from the survey to improve childcare services in the state. Parents are encouraged to participate in the survey by Nov. 1st. The Parent Poll survey can be accessed online at https://tinyurl.com/3echa7u2 or by scanning the QR code. 

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