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Early childhood data governance: A prerequisite for answering important policy questions

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This chapter examines the critical role that data governance plays in supporting overall early childhood governance in building an integrated data system. It provides an overview of key concepts in early childhood data governance including what it is, its relationship to overall early childhood governance, how it is structured, the stages of good data governance, and where states are in establishing data governance. (author abstract)
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