A quiet crisis: Minnesota's child care shortage

Resource Type: Fact Sheets & Briefs
Author(s): Werner, Marnie;
Date Issued: September, 2016
Publisher(s): Center for Rural Policy and Development (Minn.)
Description: The relationship between Minnesota's child care shortage and the decrease in in-home family child care businesses is examined in this analysis. Possible reasons for the decline, including workforce wages, provider expenses, and regulations, are presented, along with the consequences for families, employers, and communities. Particular focus is on rural markets and recommendations are offered regarding child care in the state.
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Source: Mankato, MN: Center for Rural Policy and Development. Retrieved from http://www.ruralmn.org/a-quiet-crisis-minnesotas-child-care-shortage/
Topics: Child Care & Early Education Market

Child Care & Early Education Providers/Organizations > Provider Type/Setting > Family Child Care & Early Education

Child Care & Early Education Provider Workforce
Country: United States
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