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Building better for families: Policy strategies for the co-location of early care and education facilities and affordable housing [Executive summary]


This paper is primarily focused on policy changes that could incent developers to incorporate ECE facilities in housing developments. As such, I conducted interviews with affordable housing developers, employees at state housing and finance authorities, third party partners of co-location projects and related subject matter experts. A full list of interviews can be found in Appendix A. (author abstract)

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