Child care contributes to North Dakota's economy

Resource Type: Fact Sheets & Briefs
Author(s): Kids Count North Dakota (Project);
Date Issued: 2004
Publisher(s): Kids Count North Dakota (Project)
Description: An overview of the numerous economic contributions of child care to North Dakota
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Source: North Dakota KIDS COUNT Inform, 2(5). Retrieved March 9, 2007, from http://www.ndkidscount.org/publications/inform/2_5Inform.pdf (no longer accessible since January 17, 2014)
Topics: Child Care & Early Education Market > Economic & Societal Impact > Economic Impact
Country: United States
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