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Market rate survey policies and practices of states
This webinar presents findings from the Guidance for Validating Child Care Market Rate Surveys project, including a description of market rate survey practices of states, territories, and tribes, an examination of validity of market rate survey methods, and a study of the effects of subsidies on child care market prices.
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