The 1992 Oregon child-care rates

Author(s): Arthur Emlen & Associates, Inc.;
Date Issued: 1992
Publisher(s): Portland State University. Regional Research Institute for Human Services
Description: A 1992 study of child care market rates, specifically reporting the 75th percentile rate charged for each type of care found in communities throughout Oregon State
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Funder(s): Oregon. Adult and Family Services Division
Source: Portland, OR: Portland State University, Regional Research Institute for Human Services. Retrieved August 2, 2013, from the Oregon Child Care Research Partnership Web site: http://health.oregonstate.edu/sites/default/files/sbhs/pdf/1992-OR-ChildCare-Rates.pdf
Topics: Child Care & Early Education Market > Market Rates
Country: United States
States: OREGON
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