Wisconsin Child Care Data Sharing Project
||A project to develop a statewide research infrastructure to improve Wisconsin's ability to address child care policy questions at the state and local level. The infrastructure is designed to be housed within the Department of Workforce Development Data Warehouse, to draw upon multiple data sources, and to coordinate data across several programs and agencies, including resource and referral, the State's professional development system, and child care licensing. An initial product of this project is the Statewide Child Care Provider File--a resource for use by parents, the State's professional development system, and the Bureau of Regulation and Licensing.
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