Browse by State

Datasets, projects, and reports of original research in the Research Connections collection include information on the state(s) in the United States where the study took place. The State field refers to the state(s) where data were collected.

Browse: Select a state below to find datasets, projects, and reports for which data were collected in the selected state(s), sorted by date

Search: To find additional resources, try a Search including a state name, which will yield all resources in which the state name appears, sorted by relevance. If you need to find resources involving multiple states, try a Search including the state names, which will yield all resources in which the state names appear, sorted by relevance.

Contribute: If you know of an original research report or data that should be included in our collection, please send the complete citation to contributions@childcareresearch.org.

ALABAMA (23)
ALASKA (23)
ARIZONA (23)
ARKANSAS (22)
CALIFORNIA (95)
COLORADO (39)
CONNECTICUT (28)
DELAWARE (22)
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (28)
FLORIDA (26)
GEORGIA (28)
HAWAII (17)
IDAHO (18)
ILLINOIS (68)
INDIANA (20)
IOWA (20)
KANSAS (23)
KENTUCKY (25)
LOUISIANA (28)
MAINE (27)
MARYLAND (30)
MASSACHUSETTS (39)
MICHIGAN (41)
MINNESOTA (43)
MISSISSIPPI (20)
MISSOURI (30)
MONTANA (21)
NEBRASKA (27)
NEVADA (22)
NEW HAMPSHIRE (22)
NEW JERSEY (34)
NEW MEXICO (32)
NEW YORK (43)
NORTH CAROLINA (48)
NORTH DAKOTA (17)
OHIO (39)
OKLAHOMA (31)
OREGON (42)
PENNSYLVANIA (27)
PUERTO RICO (2)
RHODE ISLAND (20)
SOUTH CAROLINA (22)
SOUTH DAKOTA (20)
TENNESSEE (23)
TEXAS (38)
UTAH (25)
VERMONT (22)
VIRGIN ISLANDS (1)
VIRGINIA (24)
WASHINGTON (48)
WEST VIRGINIA (19)
WISCONSIN (28)
WYOMING (19)

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