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Delivering services to meet the needs of home-based child care providers: Findings from the director interviews sub-study of the National Study of Family Child Care Networks

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The current report presents findings from qualitative interviews with a sub-sample of 47 directors of organizations drawn from the National Study of Family Child Care Networks (Bromer & Porter, 2019). Building on the results of the national survey, the findings seek to clarify the definition of "family child care network" and to understand how networks and other organizations that support HBCC tailor services to meet the needs of HBCC providers and offer services that are most likely to shape positive quality outcomes. (author abstract)
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