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Preliminary findings from interviews with child care program managers: A product of the Study of Devolution of Subsidized Child Care in Texas
Lein, Laura, 2003
Austin: University of Texas at Austin, Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources.

A report on the effects of the devolution of child care subsidy programs on local child care subsidy administration in Texas

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Preliminary findings from interviews with child care program managers: A product of the Study of Devolution of Subsidized Child Care in Texas [Executive Summary]
Lein, Laura, 2003
Austin: University of Texas at Austin, Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources.

Summary of a report on the effects of the devolution of child care subsidy programs on local child care subsidy administration in Texas

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The process of devolution: Perceptions from local boards: a product of the study of child care devolution in Texas
Lein, Laura, October 2007
University of Texas at Austin, Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources

Results of a study of the local boards created to manage child care center quality improvement and distribute state child care subsides throughout Texas

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Texas child care profiles for local workforce development areas FY 1998 - FY 2001: A product of the Study of Devolution of Subsidized Child Care in Texas
Schroeder, Daniel G., 2003
Austin: University of Texas at Austin, Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources.

An analysis of changes to child care subsidy policies in Texas following the transfer of subsidized child care program management from the state level to the local level

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Texas child care profiles for local workforce development areas FY 1998 - FY 2001: A product of the Study of Devolution of Subsidized Child Care in Texas [Executive Summary]
Schroeder, Daniel G., 2003
Austin: University of Texas at Austin, Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources.

Summary of an analysis of the changes made to Texas's child care subsidy policies after the management of the subsidized child care program was transferred from the state level to the local level

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The Texas child care subsidy program after devolution to the local level: A product of the Study of Child Care Devolution in Texas
Schexnayder, Deanna, 2004
Austin: University of Texas at Austin, Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources.

A report analyzing the devolution of subsidized child care policies and program management to local workforce development boards in Texas from 1998 to 2003

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The Texas child care subsidy program after devolution to the local level: A product of the Study of Child Care Devolution in Texas [Executive summary]
Schexnayder, Deanna, 2004
Austin: University of Texas at Austin, Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources.

Summary of a report analyzing the devolution of subsidized child care policies and program management to local workforce development boards in Texas from 1998 to 20003

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