Why Affordable, Quality Childcare Services Are Hard to Find

Illinois Budget Fallout
In this July 23, 2015 photo, Stacy Rutledge, and her 4-year-old son Donovan Burden leave Marillac St. Vincent de Paul Center, a day care center in Chicago.Rutledge is one of a growing number of people feeling the pinch of the state's budget impasse as social service agencies don't get promised payments, programs are reduced or eliminated and some agencies close their doors while Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner and Democrats who run the Legislature battle over economic policies and the influence of labor. (AP Photo/Christian K. Lee) / Associated Press
Illinois Budget Fallout
In this July 23, 2015 photo, Stacy Rutledge, and her 4-year-old son Donovan Burden leave Marillac St. Vincent de Paul Center, a day care center in Chicago.Rutledge is one of a growing number of people feeling the pinch of the state's budget impasse as social service agencies don't get promised payments, programs are reduced or eliminated and some agencies close their doors while Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner and Democrats who run the Legislature battle over economic policies and the influence of labor. (AP Photo/Christian K. Lee) / Associated Press

Why Affordable, Quality Childcare Services Are Hard to Find

Affordable and quality childcare services are rare, sometimes costing as much as public university tuition. But this is not a new issue and has been challenging the industry before the pandemic.

Reset brings on a reporter to talk more about how childcare services and providers are doing as the world slowly opens back up.

GUEST: Karen Ann Cullotta, Chicago Tribune Reporter