Who's caring for our children?: A profile of the 2005 workforce in licensed and voluntarily registered centers and homes in South Hampton Roads, Virginia

Resource Type: Reports & Papers
Author(s): Schwab, Erin; Derrick, Teresa M.; Russell, Sue;
Date Issued: 2006
Publisher(s): Child & Family Services of Eastern Virginia
Description: A description of characteristics of the child care workforce in the South Hampton Roads area of Virginia, based on a survey of child care providers
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Funder(s): Virginia. Department of Social Services ; Norfolk Foundation
Source: Norfolk, VA: Child & Family Services of Eastern Virginia. Retrieved June 16, 2006, from the Norfolk Foundation Web site: http://www.norfolkfoundation.org/downloads/FinalSHRWFReport.pdf
Note: This resource was commissioned by the Smart Beginnings South Hampton Roads Coalition
Topics: Child Care & Early Education Market > Access To Child Care & Early Education

Child Care & Early Education Provider Workforce
Country: United States
States: VIRGINIA
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