South Carolina Child Care State Research Capacity Building Project
||The main purposes of the project are multifold, but include the following: (1) leveraging data resources by enhancing South Carolina's Data Warehouse with additional administrative childcare focused files; and (2) building research capacity to better track South Carolina's children and their families who use childcare subsidies and other services. Specific project objectives are to: (1) create new and/or improved administrative data with the capacity to integrate or link with the SC Integrated Human Services Data Warehouse; (2) Develop web-based tools to access linked data sets from multiple service providers capturing key data on families, children and child care service providers; and (3) Investigate the impact of the CCDF on improving the quality of child care available to and utilized by low-income working parents and families who are at risk.
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