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Quality child care in Colorado: A cost study: Part 1: The Colorado cost of care model


In 2021, the Bell Policy Center commissioned a cost of care model to understand the costs of providing quality care across the state. The goal was to create a Colorado-specific tool to help inform both policy and practice at the state and regional levels. The model was designed to help policy makers and administrators of public funding programs make decisions about subsidy rates, child care policies, and the use of public dollars that can sustain and grow high quality child care in Colorado. (author abstract)

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