Administrative data as children's well-being indicators: The South Carolina Data Bridge Project
||An account of the South Carolina Data Bridge Project's compilation and analysis of census tract and county administrative data from multiple governmental sources to inform the creation, implementation, finance allocation, and monitoring of quality-related child care policies and regulations, and a demonstration of its use in an initiative to implement and monitor the uptake of a sanitation regulation throughout the state
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