Early care and education in the Golden State: Publicly funded programs serving California's preschool-age children [Executive summary]
Karoly, Lynn A.;
||A summary of the second component of a multicomponent study of preschool education in California, which focuses on features of the state's publicly funded early childhood education programs including their funding sources, eligibility requirements, enrollment, requirements for service delivery, reimbursement mechanisms, and inefficiencies, based on administrative and publicly available data, interviews with key informants, and county case studies of Los Angeles, Merced, San Diego, and San Mateo Counties
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