The Size of the US Child Care Workforce: Applying and Validating Demand-Based Estimation Methods for the States
Brandon, Richard N.;
||A test of a new econometric model for estimating characteristics of the child care workforce in 6-10 selected states, building on work by the University of Washington's Human Services Policy Center in collaboration with the Center for the Child Care Workforce. The project aims to validate the efficacy of the new model so that it can be used to produce workforce estimates for each of the 50 States, and, potentially, for sub-State regions. More uniformity and validity of State data also allows for aggregation across States to provide a better national picture of the U.S. child care workforce.
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