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All direct-care workers at child care centers operated by the Department of the Air Force will receive a 25-percent discount for their own children’s child care, as well as a 100-percent fee waiver for the first child enrolled in Air Force and Space Force child development programs.
The department took the step as a means of addressing serious shortages in care providers at its child care centers.
“The Department of the Air Force is implementing additional child care discounts because we’re doing everything possible to ensure our CDCs [child development centers] are staffed,” said Under Secretary of the Air Force Gina Ortiz Jones. “We want our airmen and guardians focused on the mission – not worrying about child care availability.”
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