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North Carolina cost of quality child care study


North Carolina began comprehensive fiscal modeling process in 2019 to support goals for infants and toddlers: 1. Child care cost of quality study 2. Home Visiting/parent education cost model 3. Systems cost model. The NC Division of Child Development and Early Education (DCDEE) wanted to explore alternative methodology for rate setting as part of the PDG B-5 planning grant. NC DCDEE and key stakeholders worked with the BUILD Initiative/NCIT Capacity-building Hub and the Center for American Progress to develop a child care cost model. (author abstract)

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