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2010 Texas child care market rate survey: Final report
University of Texas at Austin. Center for Social Work Research, April 2011
Austin: Texas Workforce Commission.

A study of child care market rates and their geographic distribution across the state of Texas in 2010 by provider type, full-day or part-day status, and age group, as well as an examination of providers that offer transportation and care at nontraditional hours and of provider sponsorship

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2011 Alaska child care market price survey report
Alaska. Child Care Program Office, 15 June, 2011
Anchorage: Alaska, Child Care Program Office.

A study of child care market rates and their geographic distribution across the state of Alaska in 2011 by provider type and child age, based on a survey of 491 providers

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2011 Alaska child care market price survey report [Executive summary]
Alaska. Child Care Program Office, 15 June, 2011
Anchorage: Alaska, Child Care Program Office.

A summary of a study of child care market rates and their geographic distribution across the state of Alaska in 2011 by provider type and child age, based on a survey of 491 providers

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2011 local child care market rate study: Final report
Workplace Solutions, June, 2011
New Castle: Delaware, Division of Social Services.

A study of child care market rates and their geographic distribution across Delaware in 2011 by provider type, full-day or part-day status, and age group, including information on odd-hours care and care for children with special needs, based on survey responses from 554 providers

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2011 local child care market rate study: Final report [Executive summary]
Workplace Solutions, June, 2011
New Castle: Delaware, Division of Social Services.

A summary of a study of child care market rates and their geographic distribution across Delaware in 2011 by provider type, full-day or part-day status, and age group, including information on odd-hours care and care for children with special needs, based on survey responses from 554 providers

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2011 market rate study: Final report
Rous, Beth, 2011
Lexington: University of Kentucky, Kentucky Partnership for Early Childhood Services.

A study of child care market rates and their geographic distribution across the state of Kentucky in 2011 by care type, child age, urbanicity, subsidy acceptance, quality rating and improvement system participation, nontraditional hours care offered, and children with disabilities and diversity of population served, based on surveys received from 1,842 child care facilities

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2011 report on child care in Cook County: Elements of child care supply and demand: FY 2010 (July 1, 2009-June 30, 2010)
Illinois Action for Children, 2011
Chicago: Illinois Action for Children.

An examination of factors influencing the supply of and demand for child care in Cook County, Illinois, in fiscal year 2010

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2011 report on child care in Cook County: Elements of child care supply and demand: FY 2010 (July 1, 2009-June 30, 2010) [Executive summary]
Illinois Action for Children, 2011
Chicago: Illinois Action for Children.

A summary of an examination of factors influencing the supply of and demand for child care in Cook County, Illinois, in fiscal year 2010

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Accessing kindergarten in Queensland
Thorpe, Karen, 2011
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Queensland, Office for Early Childhood Education and Care.

A study of parents' beliefs about child development and early education services, barriers to early education access, and factors to facilitate access in Queensland, Australia, based on interviews with 30 mothers

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Accessing kindergarten in Queensland [Executive summary]
Thorpe, Karen, 2011
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: Queensland, Office for Early Childhood Education and Care.

A summary of a study of parents' beliefs about child development and early education services, barriers to early education access, and factors to facilitate access in Queensland, Australia, based on interviews with 30 mothers

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Access to childcare services: The role of demand and supply-side policies
Farfan-Portet, Maria-Isabel, April, 2011
Population Research and Policy Review, 30(2), 165-183

A study of the relationships between the probability of low income parental use of child care and both individual and contextual variables, different child care tax deduction policies, and the provision of subsidized child care slots, based on nationally representative data from Belgium from the years 1994 through 2000

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Age 26 cost-benefit analysis of the Child-Parent Center early education program
Reynolds, Arthur J., January/February 2011
Child Development, 82(1), 379-404

A societal cost-benefit analysis of the Child-Parent Centers, based on findings from a complete cohort of over 1,400 program and comparison group participant data collected up to age 26

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Assessing the economic impact of the AOK family child care licensing program
Waite, William, July, 2011
Storrs: Connecticut Center for Economic Analysis.

A study of the economic impact of the All Our Kin (AOK) child care licensing program, which supports licensing for family child care providers in New Haven, Connecticut, in terms of participant workforce outcomes and gross product, as well as a cost-benefit analysis of the program and an examination of its role in supporting parent labor force participation and improving program participants' quality of life

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Assessing the economic impact of the AOK family child care licensing program [Executive summary]
Waite, William, July, 2011
Storrs: Connecticut Center for Economic Analysis.

A study of the economic impact of the All Our Kin (AOK) child care licensing program, which supports licensing for family child care providers in New Haven, Connecticut, in terms of participant workforce outcomes and gross product, as well as a cost-benefit analysis of the program and an examination of its role in supporting parent labor force participation and improving program participants' quality of life

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Attracting, developing and maintaining human capital: A new model for economic development
Partnership for America's Economic Success, July, 2011
Washington, DC: Partnership for America's Economic Success.

A summary of a study of the role of investments in early childhood programs in promoting economic growth and development

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The availability of neighborhood early care and education resources and the maltreatment of young children
Klein, Sacha Mareka, November, 2011
Child Maltreatment, 16(4), 300-311

A study of the relationship between rates of maltreatment of young children and density of both family and center based licensed child care spaces, supply of licensed child care relative to demand, and preschool/nursery school attendance, with controls for a variety of neighborhood socioeconomic indicators, based on data from children aged birth through 5 in 2,052 United States Census tracts in Los Angeles County

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Barriers to participation: The experiences of disadvantaged young children, their families and professionals in engaging with early childhood services
New South Wales. Community Services, July, 2011
Ashfield, New South Wales, Australia: New South Wales, Department of Community Services.

A summary of a study in disadvantaged communities in New South Wales, Australia, of children's and parents' experiences of participation in early childhood settings and parents' and early childhood workers' perspectives on barriers to accessing early childhood services, based on questionnaires and in-depth interviews with 101 parents, interviews with 60 children, and focus groups with 40 early childhood workers

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The benefits of the Child Care Contribution Credit in Colorado
Development Research Partners, April, 2011
Denver, CO: Executives Partnering to Invest in Children.

An analysis of the economic impact of the Colorado Child Care Contribution Credit, which offers a 50 percent tax credit to individuals who make monetary contributions to promote child care in Colorado, in terms of individuals employed and spending on services, as well as its role in supporting parental labor force participation and positive child outcomes

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The benefits of the Child Care Contribution Credit in Colorado [Executive summary]
Development Research Partners, April, 2011
Denver, CO: Executives Partnering to Invest in Children.

A summary of an analysis of the economic impact of the Colorado Child Care Contribution Credit, which offers a 50 percent tax credit to individuals who make monetary contributions to promote child care in Colorado, in terms of individuals employed and spending on services, as well as its role in supporting parental labor force participation and positive child outcomes

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The call to end preschool expulsion: Prevention and intervention strategies
Splett, Joni, 2011
Columbia: University of Missouri--Columbia, Center for Family Policy and Research.

A discussion of the relationship of preschool expulsion to adolescent delinquency and adult imprisonment, with policy recommendations to reduce problem behaviors in early childhood

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Child care availability, quality and affordability: Are local problems related to labour supply?
Breunig, Robert, March, 2011
The Economic Record, 87(276), 109-124

A study of the association between the working hours of samples of both single and married mothers and their perceptions of the location, availability, quality, and price of child care, based on a secondary analysis of household survey data from a randomly selected national sample of Australian households

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Childcare Costs Survey 2011
Daycare Trust (Organization), February, 2011
London: Daycare Trust.

Each year, Daycare Trust conducts a survey of local authority Family Information Services (FIS) to find out the average cost of different forms of childcare across Britain, and the availability of childcare for different groups of parents. The aim of the research is to provide information for parents, childcare providers, researchers and government, and to help inform policy development. The survey enables us to analyse the differences in costs between regions, and how costs are changing over time. This is the tenth annual childcare costs survey conducted by Daycare Trust. (author abstract)

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Child care in America: 2011 state fact sheets
National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies, July, 2011
Arlington, VA: National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies.

A presentation of state-by-state data on the cost and availability of child care across the United States, and a profile of children and families receiving child care services

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Children 2020: Cost-benefit analysis
Goodbody Economic Consultants, November, 2011
Dublin, Ireland: Start Strong.

An analysis of the economic costs and benefits of a 10-year policy plan to develop the early care and education system in Ireland

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Children 2020: Cost-benefit analysis [Executive summary]
Goodbody Economic Consultants, November, 2011
Dublin, Ireland: Start Strong.

A summary of an analysis of the economic costs and benefits of a 10-year policy plan to develop the early care and education system in Ireland

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