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Illinois study of license-exempt child care: Final report
Illinois. Department of Human Services, March 2005
Springfield: Illinois Department of Human Services

A study of subsidized license-exempt child care providers through the Illinois Child Care Assistance program (CCAP) in home care settings for 3 or fewer children, with a focus on the perspectives of subsidized caregivers and parents

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Illinois study of license-exempt child care: Final report [Executive summary]
Illinois. Department of Human Services, March 2005
Springfield: Illinois Department of Human Services

Summary of a study of subsidized license-exempt child care provision through the Illinois Child Care Assistance program (CCAP) in home care settings for 3 or fewer children, with a focus on the perspectives of subsidized caregivers and parents

Executive Summary


Illinois study of license-exempt child care: Interim report
Illinois. Department of Human Services, 2003
Springfield: Illinois Department of Human Services. (No longer accessible as of December 7, 2012).

A presentation of first-year findings from a study on the provision and use of license-exempt child care in Illinois through the Illinois Child Care Program (ICCP)

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Illinois study of license-exempt child care: Interim report [Executive summary]
Illinois. Department of Human Services, 2003
Springfield: Illinois Department of Human Services.

A summary of an interim report of findings from the first year of a three-year study on subsidized, license-exempt child care in Illinois.

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