Child Care Market Rate Survey Project: Telephone Survey of Oregon Facilities, 2006
Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research
||This survey was one strategy used to collect child care market price data. Comparing findings garnered from different methods allows one to evaluate whether different data collection methods produce different price findings (convergent validity) and how well these data collection methods represent the child care market (criterion-related validity). These data can also be used to explore several validity issues of concern with market price studies. The major areas of investigation in this survey include child care prices by type of care, geographic location, and price mode (hourly, daily, weekly, monthly). Other areas of investigation include capacity by age group, additional fees facilities charge, whether they care for subsidized children, and what affects the prices that they charge parents.
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||Grobe, Deana. Child Care Market Rate Survey Project: Telephone Survey of Oregon Facilities, 2006 [Computer file]. ICPSR23262-v1. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 2009-04-22
||Users are reminded that these data are to be used solely for statistical reporting and analysis, and not for the investigation of specific facilities.
To protect respondent privacy, the public-use and restricted-use versions of the data differ in the amount of geographic detail provided. The Restricted-Use Version contains the variable ZIP while the Public-Use Version does not.Access to parts of this study requires a signed User Agreement. To obtain the file(s), researchers must agree to the terms and conditions of the Restricted Data Use Agreement, which is included with every download and can also be obtained separately on the Browse Documentation page.
Child Care & Early Education Market
||Telephone survey with separate branches for family and center facilities.
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