2004 Oregon child care market rate study

Author(s): Oregon. Department of Human Services;
Date Issued: 2004
Publisher(s): Oregon. Department of Human Services
Description: A study of child care market rates and their geographic distribution across the State of Oregon in 2004
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Preparer(s): Grobe, Deana; Pratt, Clara C.; Weber, Roberta B. (Bobbie)
Funder(s): Oregon. Department of Human Services ; United States. Child Care Bureau
Source: Salem, OR: Oregon, Department of Human Services. Retrieved August 4, 2005, from http://egov.oregon.gov/DHS/children/publications/cc/2204marketratestudy.pdfCCMRReport_FINAL.pdf
Note: This resource is part of the Oregon Child Care Research Partnership
Topics: Child Care & Early Education Market > Market Rates
Country: United States
States: OREGON
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