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The Greater Kansas City Early Care and Education Landscape Study: Johnson and Wyandotte Counties, Kansas: Executive summary

Given that research shows early care and learning programs can have an important impact on children's school readiness and later success in life, the Kansas City Early Education Funders Collaborative commissioned a landscape survey to better understand the existing early care and learning programs within Johnson and Wyandotte counties, Kansas, and to provide concrete information to use for future planning and investment. The survey focused on three types of early childhood programs: school-based, center-based, and home-based programs. This report complements the existing landscape survey that was completed for Jackson County, Missouri (The Greater Kansas City Early Care and Education Landscape Study Final Report: Jackson County, Missouri available at (author abstract)
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