Answer The Question They’re NOT Asking

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  1. Adam says:

    Next to no one would think to ask, “Do you subsidize small group childcare costs?” How would anyone even THINK to ask this? When someone asks about small groups we should include this answer almost every time (perhaps it’s unnecessary for college audiences). This would be especially huge to single parents.

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