Child care: States have undertaken a variety of quality improvement initiatives, but more evaluations of effectiveness are needed
United States. General Accounting Office;
United States. General Accounting Office
||An examination of the types and effectiveness of quality improvement initiatives implemented by states with 4 percent set-aside and other funds, based on surveys from Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) lead agencies in 42 states, supplemented by case studies from 5 states selected to represent variations in geographic location, population density, child care quality improvement initiatives, state income distribution, licensing caseloads, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) fund usage, and state licensing requirements
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