A project for the development and dissemination of regional economic models to examine how the child care industry affects economic development in States and local communities, and a set of analytic tools to assist States and localities in measuring the impact of child care in their region. The project also examines how the economic development framework is used to craft new strategic partnerships and innovative approaches to child care finance and administration.
Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects
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