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Empire State Campaign for Child Care (ESCCC) – Early Childhood Care and Education Work Force Survey data summary


The survey was developed and conducted by members of the Work Force Subcommittee of the Empire State Campaign for Childcare (ESCCC) in the last months of 2018. The goal was to collect and summarize data from child care providers, child care center administrators, and child care teachers across New York State regarding their experience of, and response to, specific economic factors related to the provision of care. The report will be used by ESCCC in the organization's efforts to win support among state legislators for increased state investment in the state's child care infrastructure. (author abstract)

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United States
New York

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