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Child care providers’ reflections on quality improvement: District of Columbia Child Care Policy Research Partnership Study


We designed our research study to address questions about whether the quality improvement efforts offered through Capital Quality have been meeting the needs of child care providers, their staff, and local families. This report presents findings from our interviews with 36 directors of child development centers and child development homes and expanded homes in DC about their experiences with and perspectives on Capital Quality. The interviews occurred between July and November 2020 during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic. (author abstract)

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United States
District of Columbia

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