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Creating the conditions for family child care to thrive: Strategies for increasing the supply, quality, and sustainability of family child care in states and communities: Executive summary

All Our Kin has taken the best of what we know from our 20 years of working directly with family child care providers, combined it with the experience and expertise of our family child care network and national partners, and put it down on paper, developing a new framework for creating the conditions for family child care to thrive. In this publication, we answer the questions: - What are the conditions that need to be present in every state and community for family child care, and the children and families it serves, to thrive? - How do we create these conditions? - Who has the power to create and/or influence these conditions? (author abstract)
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