U.S. child care market is in growth mode as demand continues to increase in this line of business, according to independent research analysis by Grand View Research. The industry was valued at over $50 billion in 2019 and is expected to experience a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.9% through 2027. As the study authors point out, the gap is gap between economic growth, parental employment and access to childcare options. Congressional leaders are mulling affordable tax benefits for child care, while many employers are seeking to lead the way by creating nearby child care centers to meet growing demand. However, the agility of the franchise could outpace them. There are dozens of childcare franchise in the market today, focused on childcare, tutoring, after-school activities, athletics, academies and schools. Entrepreneurs looking for a child-centric business model will quickly discover the myriad benefits.