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The impact of minimum wage regulations on the early care and education industry in California: A study conducted for the Alameda County Early Care and Education Planning Council, Oakland, California

This analysis looks at the ramifications of minimum wage increases on state subsidized early care and education in California, with a particular focus on Oakland and centers regulated through Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations. Topics covered include early care and education, minimum wage, wages and costs, and the consequences of minimum wage increases. The author considers ways in which centers and state policies could address the resulting cost increases and provides a recommendation for state policy.
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