The nation's child care system is broken. Parents strain to afford it, low-paid workers struggle to stay in it, and high-quality care is hard to find. This puts perpetual stress on families and the economy. Still, major reform has been elusive. But is change coming? Advocates say the pandemic has shown that a healthy child care sector is critical to the economy, and the time for comprehensive reform is now. But it faces major obstacles. The cost is massive, and there is sharp disagreement about what it should look like. In Season 2 of Six Hundred Atlantic, we explore the often-overlooked child care sector. Is true change ahead? Or is history about to repeat itself?